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Join us for a compelling conversation as Levi Rickert, Founder and Publisher of Native News Online, interviews Logan Tsinigine (Diné) on the premiere of "Bad Indian: Hiding in Antelope Canyon," a groundbreaking documentary that promises to unveil a hidden chapter of American history. Gain deeper insights into the film's themes and the personal journey of those involved in bringing this powerful story to light.

"Bad Indian: Hiding in Antelope Canyon," produced by Taadidiin Tours, premieres at the prestigious Phoenix Film Festival on April 12. 

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Beneath the glossy veneer of American history lies a narrative often overlooked – the profound injustices inflicted upon Indigenous communities. "Bad Indian" dares to unearth this buried truth, offering an intimate portrayal of the enduring struggles and intergenerational trauma faced by a resilient Diné family in Antelope Canyon. Through their journey, viewers will witness a poignant testament to cultural resilience and the unwavering spirit of those who refuse to be silenced by history's shadows.

Logan Tsinigine, an esteemed Eller Online MBA alumnus, is a dynamic force in the engineering sector and a proud member of the Navajo community. With a background in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah, Logan has navigated diverse roles in hydro, coal, and gas engineering before assuming the role of CFO at Taadidiin Tours, a respected family-owned touring company in Antelope Canyon. Logan's journey exemplifies excellence and community dedication, making him a valued member of the Eller community.

Directed by the acclaimed Joe Raffa, known for his remarkable storytelling in projects such as "Downeast" and "Dark Harbor," the documentary promises an insightful exploration into a harrowing yet essential chapter of American heritage. 

Catch this enlightening episode of Native Bidaské LIVE airing at Noon ET this Friday, March 22nd on Native News Online's Facebook, X (Twitter), or //www.youtube.com/@NativeNewsOnline/streams" style="text-decoration: none;">YouTube channel.

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