The River Bottom
The Choctaw-Apache tribe of Ebarb, Louisiana, has been living off the land in western Louisiana for hundreds of years. In the 1960’s tribal members were forced to move out of the river bottom to nearby lands. This short documentary follows the tribe as they continue to practice their culture and preserve their native identities despite challenges.
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