Öngtupqa

Öngtupqa is a documentary film that shares Native American cultural connections to Grand Canyon, the Hopi place of emergence. Featuring Clark Tenakhongva, Vice Chairman of the Hopi Tribe and a renowned singer, the film includes five songs recorded inside the Desert View Watchtower on the South Rim of Grand Canyon and breathtaking images of this natural wonder of the world.

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