American Red and Black: Stories of Afro-Native Identity

Alicia Woods, 2006

This intimate film follows six Afro-native Americans from around the U.S., as they reflect upon the personal and complex issues of Native and African heritage, ethnic identity, and racism within communities of color.

Running time: 39:00

Available on DVD and VHS.
Home use: 39.95
Educational Use: 99.95

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Screenings, Awards, and Publications

IMAGeNation 8th annual film and Video Festival,
Awarded "Outstanding Documentary"

Bellevue Community College's fourth annual American Indian Film Festival, 2006

African American Women in Cinema Film Festival, NYC, 2006

7th Annual CIC American Indian Studies Graduate Student Conference Indiana University, Bloomington

Tulalip Film Festival, 2006
Awarded "Best Original Score"

13th Annual Women of Color Film and Arts Fest at University of California, Santa Cruz

American Indian Film Institute's 31st Annual American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco

Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois and United Tribes of South Carolina 9th Annual Native American Film Festival

"The First and the Forced" Indigenous and African American Intersections Conference. University of Kansas, Lawrence

Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas American Heritage Series "Bloodtimes: Exploring the Black Native American Connection"

2006 Winnipeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival