The Land Remembers 

More than 2.4 billion acres. That’s how much land Indigenous people of the United States once held. Today they control just 56 million acres, or 2 percent of what was once theirs. But across the country, farmers, local governments, and environmental advocates are returning that land, acre by acre. Not because they have to – but because they want to. “The Land Remembers” chronicles this story of a growing grassroots movement of reconciliation.

Reconciliation Rising is made possible (in part) by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the co-directors.