Reciprocity Project Season One has learning materials for six of the films. Created by Upstander Project and Nia Tero for educators and communities, these guides include more about the filmmakers and their communities, and lands, discussion questions, photos, and additional resource links. Download a combined file with all the learning materials below.
Find the series synopsis, season one synopsis and trailer, photos of organizing photos and more in this press kit. Find individual film press kits, synopses, photos, director and key creative bios and trailers on their respective pages.
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Created and led by Native peoples, this nonprofit initiative is designed to increase the visibility of – and challenge the negative narrative about – Native Nations and peoples in American society.
Presents, facilitates and supports Māori and international Indigenous filmmakers and creatives. It exists for the social, economic and educational success of our community in Ōtaki through connection to the wider world of Indigenous creativity and innovation.
is a decentralized network of female, male and non-binary Indigenous communicators throughout the vast Brazilian territory that seeks to “occupy networks, demarcate screens and improve technologies to create new strategies of struggle.”
Supports grassroots-led projects that align with its vision, that dismantle oppressive systems for all, and that endeavor to ensure social justice, Indigenous Peoples’ rights, and the rights of Mother Earth.
NDN Collective is an Indigenous-led organization dedicated to building Indigenous power. Through organizing, activism, philanthropy, grantmaking, capacity-building and narrative change, we are creating sustainable solutions on Indigenous terms.
The Saami Council is an NGO that includes Saami member organizations in Finland, Russia, Norway and Sweden. The primary aim of the Saami Council is the promotion of Saami rights and interests in the four countries where the Saami are living.
The Indigenous community of Sungai Utik is a community that comprises of the indigenous Dayak Ibans, who together inhabit a 214 meter longhouse, and are the stewards to the 10,087 ha of customary forest that they have protected from illegal loggins, land clearing, and outside interest.
Indigenous Women aspire that the adoption of the CEDAW General Recommendation be an integral process where States actually implement programs and public policies that guarantee our individual and collective rights; and within the movement, to continue strengthening our capacities to take full advantage of this space.
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