Since the American Revolution, American Indians have served in the United States military at a greater proportion than any other ethnic population. The Navajo Hopi Honor Riders are an organization dedicated to honoring the sacrifice, supporting the legacy, and serving the needs of those military families who have served the United States.
In 2018, the Social Justice Film Institute completed a new cut of Ralphina Sorrel’s prize-winning documentary Honor Riders, its first Incubator project.
Today, we are proud to share the completed film in honor of Memorial Day, and to show our gratitude to veterans everywhere who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Now through Wednesday, May 27th, visit our Vimeo page and use the password “memorialday” to watch ‘Honor Riders’ and an accompanying interview with documentarian Ralphina Sorrel on what motivated her to make this compelling film.
Click here to watch Honor Riders. This showcase will end at 12 PM PDT on Wednesday, May 27th.