Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action (2005) is a movie created by Roberta Grossman.
As it appeared in the 2006 Fargo Film Festival program: From Alaska to Maine, Montana to New Mexico, Native American activists are fighting the "New Indian Wars" to both preserve their sovereignty and protect Indian lands against disastrous environmental hazards. Nearly all Indian nations sit on land threatened by toxic waste, strip mining, oil drilling and nuclear contamination. At time when 30 years of environmental law is being dismantled, Native Americans are organizing to fight corporations and government. This feature-length documentary chronicles the dramatic efforts of five remarkable Native American activists dedicated to protecting their lands against environmental hazards, preserving their sovereignty and ensuring the cultural survival of their people.
- 2006 Fargo Film Festival.... Winner of Best Documentary (Native American Voices)
- Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action at the Internet Movie Database