Run time:  27 min

Rating:  No rating

Year it came out:  2016 (USA)

Director:  Leya Hale



Minnesotan American Indian communities are reclaiming traditional practices around Sacred Tobacco while educating their people on the growth of commercial tobacco’s frequent use in sacred traditions in order to untangle the two and promote a healthy lifestyle for future generations.

Awards & Nominations:

41st Annual American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, Best Public Service Category, Producer Leya Hale

Red Nation Film Festival, Best Documentary Short

Highway 61 Film Festival, Official Selection