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In May 2016, a community gathered in a packed theatre to discuss substance abuse.
"There's a lot of weird things we have embedded in this culture...We have a communication gap." - MeiLi Smith
This video features a Q&A panel with city officials after the screening of MeiLi's Smith's documentary, "Faded" about substance abuse and overdose in Grand Forks, North Dakota:
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The Red Lake Nation of Minnesota is home to more than 5,000 indigenous Ojibwe people.
Here, traditions are passed down along a long lineage of communication, generation by generation.
Who are the sandbagger news?
Sandbaggers are everywhere. Here are a few:
Ethnographer, musician, scientist
Writer, environmentalist, agent of hope
Storyteller, chemist, artist
The Confused Brothers
Musicians, educators, leaders
Counselor, communicator, role model
Engineer, adventurer, singer
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