Sure, everyone scalped. But there were those who were compensated for the bloody act and those who have to carry… Read More
Through a Native Lens
Through a Native Lens is a column from film critic and citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Shea Vassar, who will dive into the nuance of cinema’s best and worst cases of Indigenous representation.
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The film's racist dialogue is the result of lazy writing. Still, it minimizes one of the biggest cultural movements for… Read More
Nurse Ratched and R.P. McMurphy are the more famous characters, but Chief is the most important. Read More
Tough topics can be educational and empowering when handled appropriately. Read More
What do John J. Dunbar and every sad white guy in romantic dramedies have in common? Read More