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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Mar 12, 2015-|
Mar 12, 2015
06:00PM - 08:30PM
| FILM SCREENING: HEARING RADMILLA|
In 1997, Radmilla Cody won the title Miss Navajo Nation. Born of a Navajo Native American mother and an African American father, Radmilla was raised by her Navajo grandmother. This documentary is her story. This documentary is her story. This documenta
Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA
In 1997, Radmilla Cody won the title Miss Navajo Nation. Born of a Navajo Native American mother and an African American father, Radmilla was raised by her Navajo grandmother. The title for Miss Navajo Nation is won by superior knowledge of the Navajo language and culture, not for beauty. After winning the title, Radmilla became the first bi-racial person to hold the title, but many argued that she could never represent the Navajo people, while others argued that identity was a way of life and not blood. Soon afterwards, Radmilla embarked on a singing career and in 2002, she won the Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist. In the same year she was indicted on federal charges. This documentary is her story.
Film Screening Sponsors receive 2 tickets and credit in the Museum's marketing materials.
The RECEPTION begins at 6:00pm, at the Sonoma County Museum
The FILM SCREENING begins at 7:00pm and will be held at the University of San Francisco's Santa Rosa Campus located at:
416 B Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(two blocks away from the Sonoma County Museum)
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