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The Indian Land Tenure Foundation and its grantees and partners continue to develop new ways to create awareness about ILTF’s mission, to educate Indian people, including youth, about Indian land tenure issues and to share information about trust land management.

American Indian Homelands video ScreenshotAmerican Indian Homelands: Matters of Truth, Honor and Dignity Immemorial

Hosted and narrated by ABC-TV’s Sam Donaldson, and featuring Senator John McCain R-Ariz., former Senator Tom Daschle D-S.D., and the late Elouise Cobell, lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case Cobell v. Salazar, the film has been described as the most compelling and powerful documentary ever produced about the degree to which American Indians have been unjustly treated in respect to their lands and resources, how those injustices occurred, and the devastating consequences of these actions that Indian people still experience today.

$5.00 each, plus shipping

To order a DVD of the American Indian Homelands documentary, send us an email with your request or call us at 651-766-8999.

Click on the image to see excerpts from the documentary.

video screenshotTribe-Specific Curriculum: Videos, games and more!

Key components of the project to create tribe-specific curriculum for Montana schools, which received funding from ILTF, include video interviews of tribal members and elders and other interactive classroom materials, such as a Tribal Lands Jeopardy Game.

Click on the image to see an interview with Francis Auld, cultural preservation officer for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

University of Montana, Touchscreen Project

Indian Land Tenure Foundation developed an interactive, touchscreen display that is housed in the common area of University of Montana’s new Payne Family Native American Center. The display provides a glimpse into the history of Indian land ownership in the U.S. as well as offering information on the key Indian land tenure issues facing Native people today. It also includes a section on Montana Indian Nations, including maps of each of the state’s seven reservations.

Learn more about the Payne Family Native American Center