A Film by Angelo Baca
Angelo Baca’s Film Shásh Jaa’: “Bears Ears” explores the journey of the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition to protect and designate the 1.9 million acres the tribes collectively called “Bears Ears.”
Dancing the Bears Ears
In 2017, Reparatory Dance Theater commissioned and partnered with New York City-based Zvi Gotheiner and his company to add a new piece to their Sanctuary series. They traveled to the newly proclaimed Bears Ears National Monument to gain perspective and inspiration for their new work. You can see videos of their process and read more about their experience on their website.
Bears Ears Country Website and Publications
Rich in human history and unsurpassed in natural beauty, Bears Ears is at the heart of a national debate over the future of public lands. In a pair of complementary books, Voices from Bears Ears: Seeking Common Ground on Sacred Land and Bears Ears: Views from a Sacred Land, writer Rebecca Robinson and photographer Stephen Strom capture the passions of those on opposing sides of the Bears Ears battle.