"Tatanka vs The Black Snake": Environmental/Native American. Designed for young adults and adult audiences.                  In Tatanka we introduce youngsters and adults to Native American unknown Indigenous history and culture. Honoring Tatanka/ the buffalo as a symbol of self-sacrifice; provided for their every need by way of sheltering them with its hide over their tipis, covering their bodies as

clothing and their feet as moccasins, everyday utensils such as needle and thread, awls, bowls and more.

Lakota people imitated this in their lives. Tatanka vs the Black Snake helps audiences to understand how today's fossil fuel infrastructure and corporations threaten Indigenous and every bodies lands and water resources.

ALL AGAINST THE BLACK SNAKE!!!

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Cristina Cortés

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