Dear readers, friends and family
Today I wanted to present you a beautiful project, that is deep in my heart and I hope with the collaboration of each one of us, this wonderful project with Rick Mora can be send out .
“Native America is a docu-series visiting various Native American reservations showing how today’s Natives live, work and play.
Native America is meant to inspire, educate and open the average American’s eyes to the mystery of life on a reservation and the diverse people who struggle to survive and thrive there. Spotlighting each tribes diversity and drawing parallels to other cultures throughout America.
Each tribe is amazingly different not only in ceremonies and rituals but also with their relationship, history and treaties with the US government. Some tribes like the Seminoles are thriving while others like The Pine Ridge Reservation is one
of the poorest in the United States with a 70% poverty rate and 60% of their children are in the foster care system waiting for adoption. Why is this? Native America will shed light on this topic along with many other mysteries of Native Americans all through their perspective and words.”
Here are two wonderful videos:
Calling The People, from Native America:
“Thank you guys again for all of your support! We have had quite a few messages asking “What can I do to help make this show a success?”
The producer of Native America has approached 5 different networks to get funding for our show. Every single network has said,” We love the idea but until we see HOW you are going to format the episodes we will not pick up the show.” It’s AMAZINGLY hard to get anything with the sole focus of Native Americans green-lit in Hollywood today.
It is amazingly apparent that there is a great need and want for this show so we have decided to set up a small fundraiser to raise half of the money we need to continue to create this show. You might ask, “What about the other half of the money?” Well, we have a wonderful contact that will match any funds we raise! If we raise our goal, we will be able to do TWO episodes not just one. If we exceed our goal the more episodes and tribes we can visit! Our overall goal is to do 15 episodes for the 1st season.
We have a great team behind this project, and we all are treating this with the utmost care. Our dear friend and host Rick Mora, has fully endorsed this project as this is exactly what we all know needs to be shown. The time is now and let the voices be heard.
Please, if you can, donate and then share this site so that we can get this incredibly important series made.”
Dontarions: Native America
Every help and support will bring this docu-series into reality, if you can donate or know someone who is really interested and has the resources to support, please share this project to everybody so we all can contribute to this wonderful TV Project. I believe very strong that this is a wonderful humanitarian project, that will help so many people in many ways.
ABOUT RICK MORA
Photo from Cherrilyn Silva
“Returning to civilization for an education by socialized America, I acquired a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Northridge. After college I was encouraged by a friend to meet his modeling agent. My life would never be the same. It was legendary male super model agent Omar Alberto’s idea to try the Native Man in the modeling business. Having successfully shot with great photographers like Carlos Reynosa, Cliff Watts and Matthew Rolston allowed me the access to American & European commercial and modeling market. I was then booking great commercial & print accounts like Toyota, Wilson Leather and Anson’s Germany. Small spots in Television, Film and Voice soon followed. Auditioning and not landing roles with Disney / Jungle Book and Mel Gibson / Apacolypto were a just a few inspirations that kept me going till landing a small scene in the blockbuster movie TWILIGHT as Native #1 Jacob Black’s great great grandfather, EPHRAIM BLACK, leader of the original Werewolf Tribe. Life has not been the same since.
Fast forward to today. Current commercial accounts have included Union Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Koff Beer, Bell Meat. I have completed production on Yellow Rock with Michael Biehn, James Russo and the Spears Brothers. Yellow Rock has received 18 film awards and has acquired worldwide distribution for 2013. The Dead and the Damned has been very well received with world wide distribution, placement in Red Box as well as the national chains. “Little Boy” finally has a release date of June 2014 starring Kevin James, Emily Watson, Michael Rapporport , Ben Chaplin along with 10 more A list actors. I play Kid Falcon opposite Ben Chaplin. Currently Producing/Hosting a Docu-Series called Native America and have released the 1st book in a series of literature geared toward helping people find their Soul’s Purpose.
I am the voice of Young Turok (alongside Irene Bedard and Adam Beach) in the animated feature Turok: Son of Stone,I have the Rick Mora posters and prints available from the Rick Mora store and have been featured in the 2009 & 2011 Native American Men’s calendar. With numerous Magazine Cover’s, interviews and the growing popularity of the Native culture has led me to LA Talk Radio’s Combat Radio as a regular guest host. The music video with Agnes Carlsson has hit over 5.2 million views and is still growing and my web presence and social network is exploding with a world wide fan base. I am very proud to be an ambassador of the Red Crystal Gala, an E. Joyce Thomson charity to support abused women and victims of sexual assault on the reservation. I am also on Board Bonnie Jill Laughlin’s HOUNDS and HERO’S an amazing celebrity K-9 support / Awareness team for Military Veterans. Finally I was asked to be the host/presenter for the ARTIVIST Film Festival 2012, Red Nation Film Festival 2012/2013 and the Eco Conventions Green Living Stage 2012.”
Source: Rick Mora Biography
Facebook: Rick Mora, Actor & Model
Thank you very very much for your attention and your support.
Sending much love out to each one of you
Hugs & Kisses