Elizabeth Castle/Christina D King | UNITED STATES | 2018 | 57 MIN | FEATURE DOC | ENGLISH
Warrior Women chronicles the lifelong struggle of a Lakota mother and daughter in the American Indian Movement’s fight for civil rights from the 1970s to today, where they are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock, ND. As we examine the world and challenges of mothers and daughters who are more activist cohorts with each other than parent/child, their journey also illuminates the devastating continuity of violence against Native Americans at the hands of the US Government.
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Elizabeth Castle, Warrior Women
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