Filmed in October 2018 on location in Canyon de Chelly with Diné educator and medicine man Travis Teller as he led a group of visitors on his family’s land. Canyon de Chelly is the second-largest canyon in the U.S. after the Grand Canyon and the only U.S. National Monument comprised entirely of Tribal Trust land. We thank Cheryl Slover-Linett, Larry Glover and the Lead Feather board members for their generous partnership on this project. The Rua Film team uses film to create inclusive educational tools that foster healing. We write and direct pieces that foster ongoing conversations around inclusion, the universality of finding a voice in the search for reconciliation, and what it means to feel truly heard. We rely on your support to continue sharing Travis’ story: