music: Buffy Sainte Marie

Timeless international prizewinner. Made in 16mm. Now available in DVD only. 1970 story of Pit River Indians in Northern California trying to win their land back taken illegally for big corporations like PG&E, LA Times, Southern Pacific. Details interlocking corporate manipulations and how taking of Indian lands is interlocked with the struggle of farm workers and the oppression of city Blacks. We all are Indians. Shows Indian land occupation, mass arrests. Buffy Sainte Marie sings, “Standing Up to the Sheriff and His Guns.”

Grand prize, Foothill Film Festival, 1971; best foreign film, Mannheim, Germany Film Festival, 1971; Rebuilding America category, American Film Festival, 1971.

Educational uses: American Indian studies, ethnic studies, political science, current events.

33 minutes • $30 to unrich individuals and unfunded community groups; $150, all others • shipping and tax included. DVD only.

See DVD 22 interactive chapters of this timeless exposé. DVD produced on 38th anniversary of this film production

To purchase call 888 303-0103 or e-mail.

See clips at links below

Law and 0rder

Our food of fish

Arrest PG&E

The earth is our Mother

PG&E price hike deflationary

Arrest of Indian

Military-industrial control

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