POWER PATHS
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Strip mines and coal-burning power plants have provided royalties and jobs to a number of Native American tribes, but they have brought with them pollution, cancer and environmental devastation. POWER PATHS follows a grassroots coalition determined to transform their reservation’s economy to green energy, preserving their land for future generations.
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The Making Of:

“We impressed our subjects that we were really interested in what they had to say, unlike any other documentary that spoke for Native peoples’ points of view.”   More >>

The Filmmakers:

“I am motivated to produce documentaries that convey stories about justice for indigenous communities and the environment and that expose inequities.”  
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