Join us on Thurs. evening

JULY 23 – 7 to 8:30 pm

Concentric Media invites you
to a FREE Work-in-Progress Screening


Eagle Dancer


The Native American Vote in New Mexico

A poignant look at past injustices, set against
an inspiring vision for the future…

Come and give us feedback
on our new 30 minute film.

Eagle Boy

RECLAIMING their VOICES documents ways in which Native Americans have been disenfranchised over centuries, and are now becoming politically active. A little known fact: Native Americans living on reservations were the last ethnic minority to have been granted the right to vote in the United States.

In this film, we meet Native Americans who are stepping forward, and speaking out against injustice.  We learn how they are reclaiming their voices through education and action.  The film follows two stories in New Mexico: the Laguna tribe's groundbreaking voter registration drive in 2004 and the Sacred Alliance for Grassroots Equality's (SAGE's) work to preserve sacred petroglyphs.

This is a work-in-progress screening. While the basic concept is well-developed, we are still shaping the storyline, crafting the narration and working with the images.   We benefit greatly from fresh eyes giving us feedback.  We look forward to your input, as a way that you can participate in the making of this historic project.


Space is limited ~ seats will be saved on a first come,
first served basis.
Email to
reserve your seat now.


Thursday, July 23rd 7:00-8:30pm
7:00: Welcome/Introduction
7:15: Screening of the 30 min. film
followed by Q and A.

Popcorn and flavored bubbly
water provided


Cubberley Community Center
Building H, Room 6
4000 Middlefield Road

Palo Alto, CA 943

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