How The Weinstein Company’s Bankruptcy Continues To Hurt Native Women


The deal was to take the Weinstein company name off, and donate future from, the film Wind River to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center. “For the center, which is run out of a woodstove-heated bungalow in snow-swept Lame Deer, Mont., this was a potentially huge boon. The nonprofit addresses violence against Native American women, runs a national helpline for domestic violence survivors, and provides assistance to tribes and tribal programs across the country.” Now, they’re likely to see nothing. – The New York Times


Tags: Art, Media, Wind River, Weinstein, Weinstein Company, National Indigenous Women 's Resource Center, 02.07.19

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