Project Videos

EAST Meets WEST

Northern Cheyenne of EASTern Montana meet the Malians of WEST Africa. Film takes place mainly in Lame Deer, MT, at Chief Dull Knife College on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. Includes traditional dances, drumming, other events at mini-powwow in honor of visiting Malians. Cultural interpretation is by Northern Cheyenne Linwood Turnbull.

Part 1 of 3 parts ~ 12 minutes on YouTube Part 2 of 3 parts ~ 14 minutes on YouTube Part 3 of 3 parts ~ 10 minutes on YouTube

Other Videos

Farmer-to-Farmer Teaching and Learning:
shea butter production in a cooperative
5 Minutes on YouTube
Mali Report 2006 - Part 1 of 2 Parts
8.5 Minutes on YouTube
Mali Report 2006 - Part 2 of 2 Parts
7 Minutes on YouTube
Montana Meets Mali via Minnesota
11 Minutes on YouTube
Junior Mentors Synergize Partnerships
12 Minutes on YouTube
Shea - The Light of West Africa
14 Minutes on YouTube
Benefits of a Cooperative (In the Bambara Language)
8 Minutes on YouTube
Steps in Forming a Cooperative (In the Bambara Language)
10 minutes on YouTube
A visit to Sanambele, Mali, March 2008, Part 1 of 4 Parts
12 minutes on YouTube
A visit to Sanambele, Mali, March 2008, Part 2 of 4 Parts
6 minutes on YouTube
A visit to Sanambele, Mali, March 2008, Part 3 of 4 Parts
11 minutes on YouTube
A visit to Sanambele, Mali, March 2008, Part 4 of 4 Parts
10 minutes on YouTube
Women's Work in Sanambele, Mali, March 2008
Part 1 of 3 Parts, 11-1/2 minutes on YouTube
Women's Work in Sanambele, Mali, March 2008
Part 2 of 3 Parts, 8-1/2 minutes on YouTube
Women's Work in Sanambele, Mali, March 2008
Part 3 of 3 Parts, 10-1/2 minutes on YouTube

The times for playing each video may be longer than the times given, depending on your Internet connection speed (band width).

Mali Night, April 2008
with Dr. George Ayittey

Introduction by FV Dunkel, Mme. Thera, A Giusti Students Eva Mends and Alonzo Antonucci Students Megan Matzick and Kelsey Meyer Dr. George Ayittey, Part 1 Dr. George Ayittey, Part 2 Dr. George Ayittey, Part 3 Dr. George Ayittey, Part 4

Dancing Across the Gap:
A Journey of Discovery

Part 1 of 14 on YouTube Part 2 of 14 on YouTube Part 3 of 14 on YouTube Part 4 of 14 on YouTube Part 5 of 14 on YouTube Part 6 of 14 on YouTube Part 7 of 14 on YouTube Part 8 of 14 on YouTube Part 9 of 14 on YouTube Part 10 of 14 on YouTube Part 11 of 14 on YouTube Part 12 of 14 on YouTube Part 13 of 14 on YouTube Part 14 of 14 on YouTube

Personal Pictures and Video Clips from
the Four Northern Cheyenne Women,
Janelle Beartusk, Stacy Bearcomesout
Sherri Ewing, and Josette Wooden Legs,
who Danced Across the Gap and made the Journey of Discovery to Sanambele, Mali,
September 2009

Part 1 of 2 - 10 minutes on YouTube Part 2 of 2 - 13 minutes on YouTube

More Project Report Videos

Nine Years of Accomplishments of IPM CRSP
Part 1 of 2 Partson YouTube
Nine Years of Accomplishments of IPM CRSP
Part 2 of 2 Parts on YouTube
Real Science
Discovery-Based Secondary Education Opportunity
Part 1 of 2 Parts on YouTube
Real Science
Discovery-Based Secondary Education Opportunity
Part 2 of 2 Parts on YouTube