Financing for The Reawakening was raised entirely through grants and donations to American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA) a non-profit Native American arts organization founded by Diane Fraher in 1987.
The Reawakening was produced because of an overwhelming amount of generosity and a deep belief on the part of many people that the story needed to be told. American Indian Artists Inc. wishes to extend our heartfelt thanks to our contributors and all those who help us do our work:
ABC Talent Development Scholarship/Grant Program
American Friends Service Committee
Arena Graphics Inc.
City of New York Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting
The Common Ground Inc.
DuArt Film & Video
Eastman Kodak Company
The Yip Harburg Foundation
L’Adour Restaurant Francaise
Le Moyne College
Marx Hotel & Conference Center
New York State Council on the Arts
New York State Governor’s Office for Motion Picture and Television Development
Onondaga County Sheriff’s Department
Paul Robeson Fund for Independent Media
Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation
Saint Laurie Ltd.
Serpent Source Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ball
Rev. Charles Beirne, S.J., President, Le Moyne College
Leo Crandall, Executive Director, Cultural Resources Council
Tonya Gonella Frichner
Debbie Holmes & David Evanciew
David Lubell, Esq.
New York Athletic Club La Crosse Team
Robert J. Shenandoah
Kevin E. Walsh, Sheriff Onondaga County
Dean Willis, Coach New York Athletic Club La Crosse Team
Supported by the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial and in recognition of the valuable cultural contributions of artists to society.
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