Red Dust: story of climate change resiliency
An oral history film, media, literature, and music project with site locations in Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, North Carolina and California. Begins with a personal story of cotton picking other people's fields in the era of the Dust Bowl and Great Depression as told by her father, a World War II combat veteran, supplemented with family and WPA photographs and narrative. Includes first-person oral history narratives from elders representing several tribes and Dust Bowl locations.
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