Indai Apai Darah

In the third film of a series highlighting Indigenous Peoples from the Wayfinders Circle initiative, a young girl growing up in the Indigenous-held forests of central Borneo follows ancient connections to earn the gift of a story – her People’s 1973 fight to preserve their lands amid rampant deforestation.

Joint Wayfinders Circle and WUISP event celebrates Indigenous spiritual and cultural continuity at the UNPFII

The “Origins: Celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Arts, Spirituality and Cultural Expressions to Strengthen Intergenerational Transmission" event united Indigenous youth and elders from around the world in Lenapehoking territory, also known as New York. Photo by Linda Dutan (Cañari) / Nia Tero

In a gathering at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City, the
Wayfinders Circle and the World Union of Indigenous Spiritual Practitioners (WUISP) held an event spotlighting the importance and beauty of knowledge transmission from Indigenous elders to future generations.

Seedcast Episode Featuring Sungai Utik’s Indigenous Peoples Earns an Honorable Mention at the 2024 Webby Awards 

Sungai Utik

Nia Tero’s podcast episode tells the story of how the Dayak Iban People won a fight for their forest in Indonesia through the perspective of a young Indigenous filmmaker.

Tuhaymani’chi Pal Waniqa (The Water Flows Always) in the Mojave Desert

Film Directors of Tuhaymanichi Pal Waniqa in the Mojave Desert California

For this episode of Seedcast, let’s meet in the Mojave Desert in a spot where we can gaze upon Mamápukaiv, also known as the Old Woman Mountains.

Tuhaymani’chi Pal Waniqa (The Water Flows Always) in the Mojave Desert

Tuhaymani’chi Pal Waniqa (The Water Flows Always) follows a Cahuilla, Cupeño father and daughter attempting to reconnect in a journey through their Indigenous roots in the ancient springs of the Mojave Desert. Presented by The Wayfinders Circle alliance.

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