Bringing King to China, documentary film, 2011.
Wounded Knee photographs and radio interviews, exhibition at Chicago History Museum, 2010.
THE KURDS: A People in Search of Their Homeland, St. Martin's Press, 2006.
Good Kurds, Bad Kurds, documentary film, PBS Independent Lens, 2002-2003.
Photo Exhibit, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002-03.
Wounded Knee, solo exhibitions of America Indian photography at the Old Tower Museum in Derry, Northern Ireland and at the Culturlann in Belfast, Northern Ireland, August, 1994.
12 Countries: Families in Conflict, Old Museum Centre, Belfast, Northern Ireland,. Solo exhibition held in conjunction with the UN proclamation of 1994 as International Year of the Family, 1994.
Forced Out, group exhibition and book on global refugees, sponsored by Amnesty International (exhibitions in New York, Montreal, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles), 1990.
The Spirit of Crazy Horse (writer, co-producer, correspondent), television documentary produced for PBS series "Frontline," 1990.
Acquisition of Central America photos for the permanent collection of the International Center of Photography (ICP), New York, New York 1989.
Images of Central America, Los Angeles Photography Center (solo show sponsored by the City of Los Angeles), Los Angeles, California, 1988.
Images of Central America, sequential solo gallery exhibitions: University of California, Santa Barbara; later at the Western States Museum, Brooks Institute of Photography, 1987.
Night of the First Americans (co-writer, stage show), Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., 1982.
The Life and Death of Anna Mae Aquash (co-writer), James Lorimer and Sons, publishers, Toronto, Canada, 1978.
Shoot-out at Oglala(writer, producer), NPR audio documentary, 1975.
Voices from Wounded Knee (photography), Akwesasne Notes, publisher, Rooseveltown, New York, 1974.