FRHRC – Summer Table Opportunities 2022

(Information table, peace kites with kids)

Sandpiper Art Festival in Polson on Courthouse Lawn – August 13 from 10am – 5 pm

Shakespeare in the Park – St. Ignatius – King Lear – August 26 from 6-8 pm –

Shakespeare in the Park in Palmer Park (Charlo) -Twelfth Night August 27 –

Diamonds & Heels Living out Loud Burlesque & Drag Show – Sept. 3 at KwaTaqNuk – 6 pm

Doors open at 6 – show at 7 pm (FRHRC vip table seats 8 and is full!)

EWAM 16th Annual Peace Festival – 34574 White Coyote Road, Arlee – Sat. Sept. 10. 10am-6:30pm. A Celebration of Perseverance…Garden of One Thousand Buddhas. We make Peace Kites with kids at this event—it’s fun to see them working on and flying their kites!

Ronan Harvest Fest – Sat. Sept. 17 from 9-7 – usually in field by Glacier Bank – report in at visitor center… we also make peace kites with kids at this event!


4 Videos – You Tube Links

Excellent Resource for Teachers and Residents of the Flathead Indian Reservation

these videos are presented with permission from Julie Cajune

These and other resources can be found on the CSKT Tribal Education website:


Allotment and Homesteading – 30 min.

Indian Water Rights – 45 min.

Treaty Law and Tribal Sovereignty – 20 min.

Contemporary Tribal Government – 28 min.

We hope you will watch these videos at your leisure with an eye towards

understanding our neighbors here on the reservation and helping create an

appreciation for the multicultural diversity here in our community!

If you have questions regarding the videos, please send them to: frhrc2021@gmail.com.

Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition, Inc.

Box 111, Ronan, MT 59864


In acknowledgement of September being Suicide Awareness Month, and the fact that suicide is the second highest cause of death in 18-24 year olds, FRHRC is offering a the film WAKE UP that shines a light on suicide prevention and aims to defeat the mental health stigma associated with suicide.

The film will be available online for a 72-hour period from 12:01 a.m. Sept. 26 to 11:59 pm Sept. 28.

You can watch the trailer on YouTube if you’d like to preview it; THEN, organize a family, work or organizational watch party, spread the word to co-workers, family, friends and church groups, schools, etc. This is not a gloom and doom film. It approaches information on four populations where suicide rates are very high—War Veterans, LGBTQIA+ individuals, Teens and College Students, and homes where folks have easy access to firearms. It’s a conversation about hospitals that have no beds and have to turn patients away, about making connections with folks who have anxiety, staying on your medications, talking about your feelings, and getting help as early as possible, and being the person someone can actually talk to about those feelings. The National number for suicide help is: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

After the 3 day viewing, we will have a panel discussion with local community members on our facebook page that can be accessed for free any time, day or night.

Please contact us at FRHRC on facebook through messenger , at cbicreek@stignatius.net, or 406-203-2179, and we will then send you the link and password to the event via email.

Thank you!

Tammy Miller, President

Grantor News

Pride Foundation

41m  · #GranteeSpotlight: Based in Ronan, Montana, FRHRC-Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition, Inc. have worked for 30 years to provide space for the Flathead Reservation community to join and examine, evaluate, and jointly act to improve the status of human rights in their local communities. FHRC affirms the rights of all people, and creates opportunities for residents of the Flathead Reservation to learn and engage in dialogue around LGBTQ+ communities through trainings, events, workshops, and more.

FRHRC is always looking for volunteer board members and volunteers to work on upcoming events. If you believe in the equality of all people no matter age, disability, gender identity, religious belief, skin color, race or sexual orientation, and would like to help your community build a Hate Free Zone ( project begun in 2012 and still continuing today!) where folks can feel included, contact us on our Facebook page or at frhrc2021@gmail.com.


Links for Warrior Women and The Condor & the Eagle went out today. Not too late to sign up to watch them for free online! Respond to frhrc2021@gmail.com with an email address! They stream free through June 14 when you sign up and get the link!

Two other films begin streaming on June 14 and 15th; also free.

Two other films stream on Kanopy.com. You need a library card to access them.

Don’t miss out on seeing these great films!





You would have to register (they would be streamed for a couple days where you could

view with a password – not on Facebook).

BROKEN PLACES (childhood trauma)

Broken Places explores why some children are severely damaged by early adversity while others are able to thrive. By revisiting childhood trauma victims we profiled decades ago, we learn how their experiences shaped their lives as adults.

FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO (LGBTQIA+ coming out family issues)

 Daniel Karslake’s documentary “For They Know Not What They Do” takes its title from Jesus’ response to those who crucified him, and it serves as gut-wrenching punctuation to the stories of misguided parents whose inability to accept their gay children leads to inevitable tragedy.

WARRIOR WOMEN (activism)

Warrior Womenis the untold story of American Indian Movement activists who fought for civil rights in the 1970s, and the children who served as their inspiration and their cohorts. The film is anchored by one of the Red Power Movement’s most outspoken Lakota leaders, Madonna Thunder Hawk, and her daughter Marcy Gilbert.

THE CONDOR AND THE EAGLE(climate justice)

Four Indigenous leaders embark on a trans-continental adventure from the Canadian plains to deep into the heart of the Amazonian jungle to unite the peoples of North and South America and deepen the meaning of “Climate Justice.”

BLOOD MEMORY(child removal)

Battles over blood quantum and ‘best interests’ resurface the untold history of America’s Indian Adoption Era – a time when nearly one-third of children were removed from tribal communities nationwide. As political scrutiny over Indian child welfare intensifies, an adoption survivor helps others find their way home through song and ceremony.

HAND GAME(traditional gambling)

An inside view of an ancient form of gambling that combines strategy, wit and skill. This documentary explores the mythic and historic roots of contemporary gambling in the Northwest Native Society through a look at the traditional hand game (also called “stick game” or “bone.


Message us on our FB page; or at frhrc2021@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance for your participation!



Here are high bids:

Northern Lights – $125

Rainbow Buffalo – $75

Winter Willows – $150

Barnyard Whimsey – $50

Native prints set – $75

Native prints set – $50

(Still in process of contacting winners)

Thanks to everyone who bid. We will be having an FREE event soon and will keep you posted on where and when to participate!

If you want to just donate to our mission; our address is FRHRC, Box 111, Ronan, MT 59864. Thanks so Much!


Art Auction Bids are still being accepted:

Here are high bids at this point:

Northern Lights – $75

Rainbow Buffalo – $75

Winter Willows – $75

Barnyard Whimsey – $50

Native prints set – $75

Native prints set – $50

If you want to bid – please send bid to: frhrc2021@gmail.com

by noon tomorrow (April 12).

If you want to just donate to our mission; our address is FRHRC, Box 111, Ronan, MT 59864. Thanks so Much!