Watch as highlighted role model and filmmaker Heather Rae explains why "having a voice" is critical in the indigenous community and shares the latest details on how she plans to make our world a better place. Native American fashion designer, Eddie Madril showcases his work and tells us what it means to create a better understanding of Native American couture through his re-imagination of traditional fashion as explained to Carly Kohler at the American Indian Film Festival. In the short animation... [see more] 'Two Wishes', two sisters are making ambitious choices before their time. Has your wish been granted lately? The journey of "Dancing Salmon Home" serves as a lifelong testament to the renewal of nature's resources and thriving creatures as told by Chief Calleen Sisk. The Winnenum Wintu Tribe from Northern California holds a ceremonial dance every year to ease the stress on diminishing numbers of salmon and protect sacred traditions of the Winemum peoples. Also appearing in this segment is actress Tonantzin Carmelo who voices her experience with "Into the West" and her award for "Imprint" at the American Indian Film Festival.