Standing Bear's Footsteps

Shayla Laravie interviews her grandfather, Steve Alan Trudell, and explores the meaning of "home" with him.

Alan Kitto shares his thoughts on home in this video produced by the Northern Ponca students.

Mikhael Laravie interviews his grandmother, Lola Laravie, asking her about what "home" means to her.

Take a trip to Standing Bear Park in Ponca City, Oklahoma as Southern Ponca Media Camper, Jesus Rigal, explores "Home".

Jashaune Spencer interviews his grandmother, Joyce Laravie, asking her about the meaning of "home".

Catalina Hernandez shares a piece of her culture in "El Restaurante" as part of the Standing Bear's Footsteps study of "Home".

Athena Smith, a student in the Southern Ponca Media Camp, produced this piece about the Ponca Language, in our "Home" series.

Alyssa Koomsa shares one of her favorite pastimes - softball- as a part of our exploration of "Home" for the Southern Ponca Youth Media Camp.

Alonzo Warrior, a student in the Southern Ponca Media Camp, brings us a look at Southern Ponca leaders in our study of "Home".

Rick Wright (Ponca) talks with reporter Aden Marshall about Ponca history and the significance of Chief Standing Bear.

Interviews conducted and edited by Aden Marshall with assistance from Eric Martin.

Judi gaiashkibos (Ponca) talks with reporter Ben Kreimer about the historical significance of Chief Standing Bear and the annual Chief Standing Bear Celebrations occuring in May in Lincoln Nebraska.

Interviews conducted and edited by Ben Kreimer with assistance from Aden Marshall.

Princella Parker RedCorn has extensive experience in all aspects of media production, including research, documentary production, shooting, sound engineer, editing, youth media workshops, and the creation of film websites, educational curriculum and digital

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