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Kin Theory: New Work in Indigenous Media

a screening & discussion with Ivy MacDonald, Raven Two Feathers, Alex Sallee, & Nia Tero; moderated by Tracy Rector

September 24, Friday, 4 to 6 pm ET

Kin Theory, a project of Nia Tero, serves and connects a growing, global community of Indigenous storytellers. A screening of intersectional shorts by Nia Tero’s Indigenous fellows, Ivy MacDonald (She/her; Blackfeet), Raven Two Feathers (He/they; Two-Spirit; Cherokee, Seneca, Cayuga, and Comanche), and Alex Sallee (She/her; Iñupiaq and Mexican) will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers. Moderator: Tracy Rector (Black, Choctaw, Jewish), Managing Director of Storytelling, Nia Tero.


Organized by the NYU Center for Media, Culture, & History; co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality at NYU.


This event is free & open to the public.

Please register for this free event here.

Please contact the NYU Center for Media, Culture, & History for more information.

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