Onondaga Land Rights & Our Common Future 2006
A Collaborative Educational Series
bringing together the Central New York community, Syracuse University and SUNY ESF

Return to series schedule

DVDs Now Available

Cost: $12 each plus $3 shipping and handling for the first DVD and $1 each thereafter.

Download the DVD order form

DVDs are available at series programs, by mail or in person from the Syracuse Peace Council office, 2013 E. Genesee St., Syracuse, NY 13210(Directions)

The programs are also available to view online.

The Nation in Our Midst: Onondaga History, Culture and Spirituality
Sid Hill and Audrey Shenandoah

Visionary Women: The Haudenosaunee and the U.S. Women's Rights Movement
Jeanne Shenandoah and Sally Roesch Wagner

The Onondaga Nation Encounters European Settlers
Robert W. Venables and Chief Irving Powless, Jr.

"Discovering" the US: Haudenosaunee Influences on U.S. Culture and Democracy
John Mohawk

Onondaga Land Rights: All Central New Yorkers Can Benefit
Bea Gonzalez, Wendy Gonyea and Andy Mager

The Onondaga Nation and the U.S. Courts
Joe Heath and Laurence M. Hauptman

Racism, Native American Human Rights and the United Nations
Oren Lyons
Other DVDs available:

Reflections on the Journey from Environmental Reciprocity to Environmental Exploitation
Robin Kimmerer, Jeanne Shenandoah and others

Environmental Stewardship: Healing and Restoring the Land & Waters of the Historic Onondaga Nation Territory
Chris Amato, Emmanuel Carter, Chief Jake Edwards, Ed Michalenko, Jeanne Shendandoah

Why Native American Sovereignty Makes Sense for All of Us
Tonya Gonella Frichner, Richard Loder and Scott Lyons