TOWN DESTROYER Screening Resources


Screening Poster
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Screening Guide
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Press Stills

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Additional Resources



California Institute for Community, Arts and Nature - California I CAN's core projects include working with the native communities of California on issues of political sovereignty and cultural survival, understanding and maintaining Berkeley as a center of cultural and social innovation, and exploring the powerful connection between nature—place—and the arts, and the role they play in invigorating the social imagination.

The Living New Deal - Far from an antiquarian exercise, the Living New Deal aims to help preserve New Deal art and architecture from destruction or privatization, to see that New Deal sites are properly marked, and to help communities and families across the nation rediscover their heritage.

The Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) - SPARC’s mission is to produce, preserve, and promote activist and socially relevant artwork; to devise and innovate excellent art pieces through participatory processes; and ultimately, to foster artistic collaborations that empower communities who face marginalization or discrimination.

Museum of the American Indian - The Museum of the American Indian uplifts, supports, and makes visible the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas by offering authentic educational programs and cultural resources to Marin and the greater Bay Area.

National Museum of the American Indian - In partnership with Native peoples and their allies, the National Museum of the American Indian fosters a richer shared human experience through a more informed understanding of Native peoples.

Precita Eyes Muralists - Precita Eyes Muralists Association, Inc., established in 1977, is a community-based, inner-city mural arts organization devoted to enriching and beautifying urban environments through community mural collaborations. They bring art into the daily lives of people through a process that enables them to reflect their specific concerns, joys, and triumphs.

Lakota People's Law Project - The Lakota flourished for centuries before Europeans arrived on these lands, and their tradition of living in relation to all things is more important today than ever. LPLP is committed to working toward the revitalization of the Lakota People and culture.



News from Native California is a quarterly magazine devoted to the vibrant cultures, arts, languages, histories, social justice movements, and stories of California’s diverse Indian peoples.

Featuring Native American art and culture, American Indian Magazine engages its readers with diverse articles about the fascinating and often overlooked histories of American Indian nations and the contemporary challenges facing Native peoples across the Western Hemisphere.



Damon B. Akins and William J. Bauer, Jr. We Are the Land, U. of California Press, 2021


Kent Blansett, A Journey to Freedom, Yale U. Press, 2018


Colin G. Calloway, The Indian World of George Washington, Oxford U. Press, 2018


Robert W. Cherny, Victor Arnautoff and the Politics of Art, Illinois University Press, 2017


Philip J. Deloria, Playing Indian, Yale U. Press, 1998


Vine Deloria, Jr. Custer Died for Your Sins, Oklahoma U. Press, 1969


Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States, Beacon Press, 2014


Nick Estes, Our History Is the Future, Verso, 2019


Pekka Hamalainen, Comanche Empire, Yale U. Press, 2008


Pekka Hamalainen, Lakota America, Yale U. Press, 2019


Barbara Haskell, Ed., Vida Americana, Whitney Museum and Yale U. Press, 2020


Walter Johnson, River of Dark Dreams, Harvard U. Press, 2013


Michael Kammen, Visual Shock, Vintage, 2006


Frank LaPena and Mark Dean Johnson, Ed. When I Remember I See Red, UC Press, 2019


Antony W. Lee, Painting on the Left, University of California Press, 1999


Jill Lepore, The Name of War, Vintage, 1998


Lucy R. Lippard, Illuminations: Paintings by Judith Lowry, Wheelwright Museum, 1999


Benjamin Madley, An American Genocide, Yale U. Press, 2016


Charles C. Mann, 1491, Vintage, 2005


Malcolm Margolin, The Ohlone Way, Heyday Press, 1978


Deborah A. Miranda, Bad Indians, Heyday Press, 2013


Daniel K. Richter, Facing East from Indian Country, Harvard U. Press, 2001


Claudio Saunt, Unworthy Republic, Norton, 2020


Harvey L. Smith, Berkeley and the New Deal, Arcadia Publishing, 2014


Paul Chaat Smith, Everything You Know about Indians is Wrong, U. of Minnesota Press, 2009


Paul Chaat Smith and Robert Allen Warrior, Like a Hurricane, New Press, 1996


Alan Taylor, American Revolutions, Norton, 2016


Anton Treuer, Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians, But Were Afraid to Ask. Borealis Books, 2008


Anton Treuer, Atlas of Indian Nations, National Geographic, N.D.


David Treuer, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee, Riverhead Books, 2019


David Treuer, Rez Life, Grove Press, 2012


Nicholas A. Veronico et al, Depression-Era Murals of the Bay Area, Arcadia, 2014

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