Injunuity Brings Real Native Issues to Public Television

Posted By Toyacoyah Brown October 15th, 2013 Last Updated on: October 16th, 2013

Injunuity is a unique mix of animation, music, and real thoughts from real people exploring our world from the Native American perspective. A breakthrough trans-media project in its own right, Injunuity filmmaker Adrian Baker (Hopi) has created this compelling content for the web, portable technologies, and public television. Innovative narratives are told through nine, short stories that present a visually stunning, thought-provoking collage of reflections on our world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future.

Featuring over twenty Native voices who share their heartfelt thoughts and opinions on various topics in Indian Country, the project subjects include language preservation, destruction of sacred sites, the realities of rez life, the origins of democracy in North America, economic consumption, gender identity, and the environment.

Click here to watch Injunuity episodes and to find out more about the creators of the series and when you can expect Injunuity to be on your local public television station.


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About Toyacoyah Brown

Toyacoyah Brown is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation, currently living in Chicago. She received her B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and an M.A. in Media Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. When she's not scouring the Internet for fun things to share with PowWows.com readers you can find her digging for vinyl in her local record store or curling up with a good book.

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