Today on the show we will be speaking with Roderick Fraser about The Daughter of Dawn. The Daughter of Dawn is an 80-minute, feature silent film that was shot in May, June, and July of 1920 in the Wichita Mountains of southwest Oklahoma. Shortly after completion, and after only a few screenings, the film disappeared for nearly a century—without a trace. The film was rediscovered in 2005 and restored by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Rhode Island College hosts Family of legendary Comanche Chief Quanah Parker for first screening in New England of critically acclaimed film The Daughter of Dawn and open panel discussion of native issues. Rhode Island College will be screening the movie on September 24th at 6:00 PM, the first time this movie has been shown in New England.
Also we will be talking with Claude Arnell Milhouse Founder, Executive Director <IntraCity> Geeks about their recent recognition from President Obama and the wonderful programs they have started here in RI. Including a monthly “Code Night with the Mayor”. Our Mission: To teach everyone in urban environments coding and entrepreneurship. <IntraCity> Geeks seeks to help people in urban areas become self sufficient. By doing this, we will reduce income and wealth inequality, bridge the digital divide and diversify technology. We work with people from all walks of life, however, we are recognize that the tech sector needs to have more women and people of color.
Lastly a quick call in from a friend: Eric Auger of Ten31 productions about their work at our FireBall event, their new array of living statues and an upcoming event to support the Samaritans of RI. The Samaritans of Rhode Island are pleased to present their “New Life” exhibit – an afternoon of opportunities for teens to see, experience and connect with RI’s most awe inspiring artists – TEN31 Productions! New Life and a New Day on Park Place in Pawtucket, September 19th at 11:00 a.m.