On this episode of Represent,*Slate culture writer Aisha Harris talks to filmmaker and activist Raoul Peck about his Oscar-nominated James Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro. We also kick off our monthlong series, Guess Who’s Coming to Oscar, and revisit Dances With Wolves* with writer/professor Adrienne Keene.
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-Adrienne’s post: “I’m a true Indian now: I finally saw Dances with Wolves”
-Reel Injun, a documentary on the history of Native Americans in Hollywood films
-The 1995 New York Times piece “To Some Sioux, Costner Now Dances With Devil”
-Russell Means interview with Dan Skye of High Times*
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