Thursday, June 28, 2007

NARF "Indian Wars Never Ended" National PSA Campaign Featured in Native Peoples Magazine

NARF's National PSA Campaign "The Indian Wars" Campaign is featured in the May/June issue of Native Peoples. The highly successful campaign featuring the music of Quese IMC (Pawnee/Seminole)and appearances by DJ Shock B (Pawnee/Seminole), artist Bunky Echo-Hawk (Pawnee/Yakima) and the NARF legal team has raised to date more than $115,000 to support NARF's work on behalf of Native rights. The all-Native production led by director Jenni Monet (Laguna) and included photographer Alyssa Macy (Warm Springs, Wasco, Dine) and graphic designer Ryan Red Corn (Osage) has generated a new found awareness and buzz across generations about NARF's work as modern day warriors in Indian Country.

To learn more about NARF"s PSA Campaign CLICK HERE and join the growing circle of Modern Day Warriors for Native Rights.


Indian Wars Never Ended Campaign featured in Native Peoples Magazine