Plan your screening of MORE THAN A WORD! Now booking fall screenings

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The movement against Native American sports mascots has been gaining serious momentum over the past year, inspiring a long-overdue reckoning with one of the last socially acceptable forms of racial stereotyping.

That’s why as the fall semester approaches, we hope you’ll consider screening the powerful new documentary film More than a Word, which looks at this contentious issue through the eyes of Native Americans.

We’ve been working hard with filmmakers Kenn and John Little to coordinate screenings on campuses around the country. And we’re well on our way to reaching our goal of setting up 100 campus screenings this fall!

We hope you’ll join us and help us get there! Click here to find a screening or to sign up to host one on your campus!

More than a Word is an ideal tool for opening up dialogue between students, faculty, staff, and the wider community about the personal and social costs of America’s long history of misappropriating indigenous identity and imagery for purposes of entertainment.

Will you help us ensure that More Than a Word is used as a tool for change?

CLICK HERE to see if a screening is being organized on your campus, or sign up to host a screening yourself.

We believe in this film. We’ve been blown away by the outpouring of support we’ve been receiving for More than a Word over the past few months. But we need your help to spread the word and make sure it gets out far and wide!