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How Incident at Oglala Turned Me into a Political By James Rosario

The trial and conviction of Leonard Peltier was separated from my birth by just a few months, and just a few miles—and I had no idea. Filmmaker Michael Apted’s documentary film, Incident at Oglala, would serve as an eye opener, exposing me to a world of radical politics, movements, and organizations I was previously unaware of. It also showed me that cinema could be a force for change.