Our Creation Stories: The Changing History, Culture and Traditions of Birth

Forrest Solis (Producer)

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Abstract

In commemoration of Mother’s Day, the Heard partnered with Creative Push, a multimedia art and oral history project that focuses on the most formative of human experiences: birth. Our Creation Stories is a short film featuring five Native women from across the Southwest sharing their stories of the changing history, culture, and traditions of birth. A moderated panel discussion followed with Nicolle Gonzales, founder of the Changing Woman Initiative and a certified nurse-midwife, Renee Dennison, artist, and Patrisia Gonzales PhD., author of Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Media of outputFilm
Size26:42
StatePublished - May 3 2017
EventFilm Screening and Panel Discussion - Heard Museum, Phoenix, United States
Duration: May 3 2017May 3 2017
http://heard.org/event/our-creation-stories/

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Culture History
Southwest
Multimedia
Human Experience
Commemoration
Rite
Midwives
Oral History
Panel Discussion
Traditional Medicine
Healing
Short Film
Art History
Nurses
Artist

Keywords

  • Native American
  • Birth Pole
  • Pueblo
  • Dine
  • Navajo
  • Native American Birth
  • Birth Stories
  • Birth Story
  • Native American Birth Story
  • Birth Film

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Our Creation Stories : The Changing History, Culture and Traditions of Birth. Solis, Forrest (Producer). 2017. Event: Film Screening and Panel Discussion, Heard Museum, Phoenix, United States.

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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