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American Native (2014)

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Thirty miles from Manhattan a group of mysterious mountain people fight for recognition as a legitimate Native American tribe.

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Steven Oritt
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Credited cast:
Amanda Anderson Amanda Anderson ... Herself
Jack Anderson Jack Anderson ... Himself
Sonya Anderson Sonya Anderson ... Herself
Ashley Apolito Ashley Apolito ... Herself
John Bragg John Bragg ... Himself
Greg Brill Greg Brill ... Himself
Edith Burke Edith Burke ... Herself
Charles Carrera Charles Carrera ... Himself
Joe the Carver Joe the Carver ... Himself
Chris Christie ... Himself (as Gov. Chris Christie)
David Steven Cohen David Steven Cohen ... Himself
George Cotz George Cotz ... Himself
Artie Crippen Artie Crippen ... Himself
Richard Davison Richard Davison ... Himself
Roger DeGroat II Roger DeGroat II ... Himself
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The Ramapough Mountain Indian's fight for respect as Native Americans, examining their efforts to gain acceptance from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the private interests that may have colluded behind the scenes to prevent them from doing so. Through expert interviews and unbridled access to the micro­community, the film provides an in­depth look at the complex past, volatile present and endangered future of the Ramapough Mountain Indians. Written by American Native

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The Story of the Ramapough Mountain Indians


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G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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13 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Phydo Films See more »
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An axe to grind.

I find it funny to hear Cohen complain about not presenting the full interview when he himself did the same dis-service when he wrote his college thesis about the Ramapough and despite the evidence presented, decided to omit the positive and perpetuate the stereotype and publish it. He whole career was based on that lie of a book and some would question the timing of his publishing with their quest for federal recognition. As for refuting all of the people involved, notice how states everyone else is unqualified and wrong and ONLY he is right. I've given him more time than he deserves. This movie is a great start to separating facts from fiction about the Ramapough. I applaud the people involved in making this.


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