BrandStorytelling Theater Discussions: Big Water Summer | GoDaddy
Jordan P. Kelley, Content Director, Brand Storytelling
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Cherilyn Yazzie grew up on the Navajo Nation and after years of working in public health, she returned to her ancestral land to grow produce for her community. As a social worker she tired of telling kids to eat healthy when that was often impossible: there are 13 grocery stores on the Navajo Nation, a reservation that is over 27,000 square miles. In 'Big Water Summer', Cherilyn and her husband embark on their biggest crop to date over a summer where nothing goes as planned. Faced with the chaos of a changing climate and devastating family loss, Cherilyn endures but will the farm survive?
Filmmaker Gerard Elmore helms the conversation with producer Adam Palmer, Director Sophie Harris, and subject Cherilyn Yazzie in this deep dive into the making of 'Big Water Summer'.
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