Connections: Discussing the film, "The Good Mind," and Native American land rights
We discuss a documentary called "The Good Mind.” It explores Native American land rights through a look the Onondaga Nation’s battle with the U.S. government.
We discuss treaties, what sovereignty means, and how to preserve Native American culture. Our guests:
- Ronnie Pollack, member of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, Eagle Clan, executive director of the Native American Cultural Center, and host of "Two Canoes with Ronnie Pollack" on WYSL 92.1 FM
- Michael Galban, curator and historian at the Seneca Art and Culture Center at Ganondagan
- Kathryn Murano Santos, senior director of collections and exhibitions at the Rochester Museum and Science Center
- Gwendolen Cates, “The Good Mind” filmmaker