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Number of results found for "Rosemary Richmond" : 5
Alt Title(s): Rosemary Richmond
Location: Interviewed in New York City in July 2005.
Synopsis: Rosemary Richmond (Akwesasne Mohawk of the Bear Clan) is a third-generation member of New York City's American Indian Community. She has worked for the American Indian Community House (AICH) since 1975, and has been its Executive Director since 1987. Under her leadership, AICH (www.aich.org) has grown from a loose consortium of groups and individuals into a multi-faceted social support and cultur...
Alt Title(s): Indian Summer 2006: Coatlicue Theater Company : Holding up the sky [excerpts], Holding up the sky [excerpts]
Location: Performed as part of Indian Summer 2006 at The Circle at AICH, New York City, on Apr. 29, 2006.
Synopsis: Elvira and Hortencia Colorado, Chichimec Otomi storytellers, playwrights, performers and community activists, are founding members of Coatlicue Theatre Company. Recipients of the Ingrid Washinawatok Community Activism Award, they are also members of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, Danza Celtiliztli Nauhcampa, the New York Zapatistas and the American Indian Community House. ...
Alt Title(s): Spiderwoman Theater
Location: Performed at Indian Summer 2006 in The Circle at AICH, New York City, on May 20, 2006.
Synopsis: Spiderwoman Theater is the longest continuous running Native female performance group in North America. Comprised of three Kuna/Rappahannock sisters from Brooklyn, NY (Lisa Mayo, Gloria Miguel and Muriel Miguel), the group has traveled all over the world sharing performances, lectures, and workshops. Named after the Hopi goddess Spiderwoman, who taught the people to weave, the sisters write and p...
Alt Title(s): Dawn Dumont
Location: Performed as part of Indian Summer 2006 in The Circle at AICH, New York City, on May 5, 2006.
Synopsis: Comedian and actress Dawn Dumont has performed at comedy clubs across North America including the New York's Comic Strip, New York Comedy Club and the Improv. She began her comedy career in Canada on stages such as Yuk Yuks and the Laugh Resort. Dawn is also a comedy writer and has written for the stage, radio, film and television; her work has been featured on APTN's Buffalo Tracks and CBC Radio...
Alt Title(s): Ulali: Follow your heart's desire, Pura Fe: Follow your heart's desire
Location: Performed at The American Indian Community House, New York City, in 1991.
Synopsis: This 1991 Ulali music video for their song Follow Your Hearts Desire won Best Music Video at the American Indian Film Festival was played on VH-1, CNN, MTV, PBS and Much Music. Ulali (www.ulali.com) formerly known as Pura Fe, is an a cappella women's trio featuring three Native women singers, Pura Fe (Tuscarora), Soni Moreno (Apache/Mayan) and Jennifer Kreisberg (Tuscarora). Ulali blends a variet...