Three Indigenous Women on ‘Rutherford Falls’

We admit it, we’ve been falling hard for Rutherford Falls. Created by Navajo and Mexican American Sierra Teller Ornelas, it’s rare to have a show that centers the modern Indigenous experience. It also happens to be funny, witty, and full of great performances. But honestly, who cares what we think? The real experts here are Indigenous women. So in a break from our traditional, What Latinas Have to Say, we’ve rounded up Native journalists covering the show.

It’s Time To Stop White-Casting Period Pieces

I’ll never forget when my mom showed me my first period piece. I was 10 years old and the film was The BBC’s Pride and Prejudice miniseries (the best version of the Jane Austen classic, no other arguments will be considered) starring Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennet and Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy. From the moment my […]