#blackfeet

  1. The Lily Gladstone Effect: A Teacher Explains the Value of Indigenous Language Immersion

    When Lily Gladstone accepted the Golden Globe for best actress in a motion picture drama earlier this year, she used Blackfeet language in her acceptance speech... ...language encompasses the whole human spirit and our spirit is embodied within our language. It’s worth it to not j
  2. Lily Gladstone, New Yorker Interview

    New Yorker interview. Aside from the acting, Lily Gladstone's involved in native language revitalization having acted in multiple native languages herself. Looking forward to more from her. #LilyGladstone #NewYorker #Oscars #AcademyAwards #KillersOfTheFlowerMoon #Blackfeet #Indige
  3. Actress Lily Gladstone credits mom for helping her keep in touch with her Native American heritage

    By Abhiram Sajai Actress Lily Gladstone credits mom for helping her keep in touch with her Native American heritage This year's Oscar ceremony marks a new chapter in history as Lily Gladstone won an Oscar nomination. She became the first Native American to be considered for the bes
  4. 'Absolutely Epic': Watch #Blackfeet Setting Free a Wild #Bison Herd onto Tribal Land #NativeAmerican #Nature #MondayMotivation
  5. Lily Gladstone is a star ⭐

    This is an interview with Lily Gladstone this last week. In the event you are not aware, she has a starring role alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert DiNiro in Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon in theaters this fall. Lily is Blackfeet and Nez Perce. She grew up in Br
  6. Not yet familiar with Lily Gladstone? Get ready to treasure her.

    Lily is from the Blackfeet Reservation in northwest Montana. She's a helluva an actor and an even better person. I'm looking forward to seeing her brilliance again in the telling of this diabolically cunning true epic of the racism and greed of the white man towards the Osage peo