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Indykids: Kids Make Movies

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Originally featured at: http://indykids.net/main/2009/01/kids-make-movies/ By LIZA MINNO BLOOM In Flagstaff, Arizona, a collective called Outta Your Backpack (OYB) gives movie-making equipment to indigenous ...

Daily Sun: Ancestor inspires young filmmaker

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HILLARY DAVIS Sun Staff Reporter Camille Manybeads Tso of Flagstaff is much too young to have ever known her great-great-great-grandmother, a warrior known as Yellow Woman. But her family’s strong oral traditi...

Outta Your Backpack Media – a mouse that roars

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[VIDEOS TO BE POSTED SOON!] S.J. Wilson, The Observer Flagstaff youth project attracting national attention FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - "If you don't like the news you hear, create your own." This is the premise beh...

OYBM Rocks NYC Native Film Fest!

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NEW YORK FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS Maria Colòn on selections from NMAI's Film + Video Festival The National Museum of the American Indian’s 2009 Film + Video Festival celebrated its 30th anniversar...

The Herald: Outta Your Backpack Media, brings film-making to Native American youth

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Outta Your Backpack Media has been empowering Native American youth by teaching them the fundamentals of film-making and emphasizing media literacy.

Only 11 days left for online donations to help purchase community center + article in Navajo-Hopi Observer!

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Greetings media justice supporters! We only have 11 days left to raise $10,000 for the initial down payment to purchase our community center. Right now we are currently at 16% funded. Please consider making a do...

Prescott Courier: Navajo girl shares family’s dramatic heritage

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http://www.dcourier.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&subsectionID=1&articleID=73074#B2 By Paula Rhoden, The Daily Courier Saturday, October 03, 2009 In 1864, a young Navajo woman living in Black Mesa,...

Observer: Outta Your Backpack program  brings media skills to Native youth

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Originally published at: http://navajohopiobserver.com/main.asp?Search=1&ArticleID=5257&SectionID=74&SubSectionID=547&S=1 S.J. Wilson, The Observer Tuesday, December 05, 2006 FLAGSTAFF-While t...