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faith e. briggs

the art of representation

documentary film & branded storytelling

Rosalie Fish
Camp4 Collective X Brooks Running

Rosalie Fish

For Rosalie Fish, Indigenous student-athlete and activist, running isn’t just a sport — it’s how she represents the strength and resilience of indigenous women within her tribe and beyond. As we look forward to #IndigenousPeoplesDay, we are honored to share Rosalie’s story in our second episode of “Who is a Runner” – a docu-series collaboration with Brooks Running. To learn more about the #MMIW crisis and ways to help, visit: Urban Indian Health Institute | @UrbanIndianHealthInstitute National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center | @NIWRC Sovereign Bodies Institute | @sovereignbodies a CAMP4 COLLECTIVE production directors FAITH E. BRIGGS + TIM KEMPLE cinematography TIM KEMPLE + BLAKE HENDRIX editor NICO BOVAT post production supervisor: KATE HOLLAND colorist: CAMP4 COLLECTIVE sound design & mix: RIDGELINE SOUND produced by: FAITH E. BRIGGS + AIMEE TETREAULT Special Thanks Rosalie Fish Autumn McCloud Cayuse McCloud Cedar McCloud Solstice McCloud Chadrick Magee Katrina May Micheli Oliver Special Thanks Jillian Henrichs Isaac Droke Drew Peterson Melanie Allen Shannon Woods Alaina Fuld Mike Peck Ryan Ngo Special Thanks: Jay Hirst Joseph Martin Amalia Maestas Mary Ross Eileen Richardson Muckleshoot Language Program Jaylyn Gough Guillaume Decouflet Joshua Howe Nicole Klein ASUW Shell House Additional thanks and wardrobe by: Reclaim Your Power Native Women’s Wilderness Autumn McCloud Beadwork Special Thanks: The Halluci Nation Ehren “Bear Witness” Thomas Tim “2oolman” Hill MUSIC The OG ft. Romeo Saganash, Black Bear Singers Performed by The Halluci Nation A TRIBE CALLED RED INC Ba Na Na (Intrumental) Performed by The Halluci Nation A TRIBE CALLED RED INC
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