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from the May 2006 Star Beacon
by Ann Ulrich Miller
‘Hope’ helps heal the Earth
Willy Whitefeather and Catherine Margerin, whose short film, “Hope,” won the unanimous popular vote
at the Sedona Film Festival in February. “Hope is a
powerful and inspiring film with tremendous universal appeal,”
writes Harry Belafonte. “I wish everyone could see and be moved as
I was, by its extraordinary use of images and sound to evoke a
timeless story of our common origins, the current conditions of
social and global despair and destruction, then carrying us to a
conclusion that is both moving and compassionate — a view of a
possible peace, which as the film states, ‘lies within each of
The film was also the 2004 winner of the Artivist Spirit
Award at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. Willy says the film
is being shown around the world and is helping to heal Mother
Earth. It combines animation, inspired by Pueblo, Sioux and Hopi
art, with archival and original live action footage to bring the
viewer on a powerful journey through human existence and toward a
positive future. For information on obtaining the DVD, contact
Willy Whitefeather at 560-A NE F St. #130, Grants Pass, OR 97526.
You may also see Hope on Willy’s Web site at
An unexpected trip to Wisconsin
The Star Beacon
is a little late this month for a sad reason. On April 23, my sister, Alice
Schumacher Derra, lost her life partner, Sherry Chism, who battled
cancer for five years. Sherry made her transition at home that Sunday evening,
in the presence of Alice and other family members. I had not quite finished
putting together the Beacon when I decided to fly home to Madison, Wis., and
attend the services and visit with family.
Sherry was one of a
kind. We all loved her to pieces, and she was so determined to make it through
this battle, but in the end the cancer attacked her brain, and within three
weeks it was over. My condolences go to my beloved sister, who has a heart of
gold and has endured a challenging period in her life that none of us will ever
forget. Condolences also to Sherry’s many sisters and brothers from French Lick,
Ind., who made many trips to Wisconsin over the past year or two, for Sherry’s
sake. Their family had a vacation trip planned for Florida (which was cancelled)
the week that Sherry transitioned.
While I was at
Alice’s house this past week, I learned that Sherry had always wanted to send me
a photo of her beagle’s behind, because it displayed a “UFO.” Therefore, I
fulfilled Sherry’s wish and snapped a picture of Bob’s tail end with my digital
camera. To the right is Bob the Beagle’s UFO birthmark. Below is Alice and three
of her dogs.
Ann Ulrich Miller is publisher of The Star Beacon.
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