“Killers of the Flower Moon” star Lily Gladstone shared messages of help, in addition to counseling and psychological well being assets for Native Individuals as she urged “particularly to Native Girls & Youth” to observe the Martin Scorsese movie “when and provided that you’re feeling prepared, and see it with folks you’re feeling protected with.”
“You’ll probably have plenty of generational grief to course of. You’re not alone,” the actress stated in a thread posted to the social media site previously generally known as Twitter.
Gladstone then shared hyperlinks to teams providing help to Natives: We R Native, which gives disaster counseling; StrongHearts Native Helpline, a useful resource for home or sexual abuse survivors for Native Individuals and Alaska Natives; the Substance Abuse and Psychological Well being Companies Administration hotline; the 988 suicide & disaster lifeline; The Nationwide Indigenous Girls’s Useful resource Heart; Coalition to Cease Violence Towards Native Girls; and the group Tribal Well being: Reaching out InVolves Everybody.
“I’m so pleased with the movie we made with so many Osage Nation leaders, artists, educators & group advocates. Always remember this story is current historical past with a long-lasting impression on respiration, feeling folks at present. It belongs to them, & all of us have a lot to be taught from it,” Gladstone continued.
“On this strategy of studying concerning the horrific Reign of Terror, keep in mind that the Osage stay. Native Folks stay. And this story is lots to absorb. Be type, and please be light with one another. There’s a lot to course of, and far to heal,” she concluded. “With love, Lily.”
Gladstone, initially from Montana, is of Blackfeet and Nez Perce heritage and grew up on the Blackfeet Nation reservation. She’s been one of the praised parts of “Killers of the Flower Moon,” which chronicles a marketing campaign of homicide, theft and terror waged towards the Osage nation in Oklahoma in the course of the Twenties by white folks attempting to achieve management of the tribe’s oil rights, and is already being talked about as a possible Oscar contender.
See her full thread beneath: