Storytelling, Education, Empowerment

to preserve

Autonomy, Culture, Tradition

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.


Our foundation is composed of educators, film makers and business owners with interest and experience in teaching, writing, directing, and producing cultural documentaries. By preserving individual cultural identities throughout the world, we are preserving our own long forgotten human identity.


S.E.E. to A.C.T. empowers at-risk youth in rural and under served communities through storytelling and education and self-expression while preserving, developing, and promoting their unique cultural heritage. Understanding leads to increased positive educational and social outcomes for young individuals.

Besides giving voice to indigenous peoples from all over the world, we are also committed to providing a voice for native and non-native children as well as young men and women. Education and Storytelling through film results in self-empowerment. Currently we have three projects in production in Texas and other parts of the world: Teaching to Empower, American Voice, and our newest project in Uvalde, Texas, Healing Through Storytelling.

Teaching to Empower

(Pilot program in Nigeria)

American Voice

This is both a film project and also functions as a repository of video stories designed to bring together indigenous families that have been separated as a result of past persecution and the on-going racial, social and political bias and tensions that continue to resonate in Texas and elsewhere. This project is designed to inspire curiosity among a younger generation and shed light to a forgotten story that will help individuals explore their own identity and culture, and possibly reconnect them with long lost family relatives. Click on the various individuals to listen to each of their stories:

The programs and films we help produce are designed with a vision of giving voice and reconnecting all indigenous people with their own identities, heritage and traditions – ones that may have been forgotten or repressed due to social, political, or economic forces and conflicts. This will also become a global repository that archives native and tribal traditions in the form of ‘cultural film stories’ from all over the world.

Healing Through Storytelling

(UPDATE) We are currently reaching out to the community leaders and educators of Uvalde, Texas to provide the children a way to heal from the recent trauma of a mass shooting. We are providing them with a platform to communicate and tell their stories with creative and visual expression through the art of film-making.

In Memory of all of our children…

On May 24th, 2022, 19 children and 2 teachers were slaughtered by a disgruntled 18 year old teenager at Robb Elementary School in the small town of Uvalde, Texas. Just over two weeks later, we traveled there to see how we could help this community heal, and this is what we saw and felt. As parents we could only imagine the devastation and felt compelled to make this film to keep the memory of the children alive. Our hearts are broken. There are no words…

We want to thank LEX Music for the beautiful soundtrack, the license of which we purchased through Envato.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you”

Maya Angelou

We Would Like to Thank the Following Enterprises and Individuals for Their Generous Contributions and Support:

Danielle Larivey, D.D.S. – San Antonio, Texas

Rod Limely – Hays Insurance – Austin, Texas

Market Place Events

Home + Garden Trade Show – Austin – San Antonio – Houston

The San Antonio Area Foundation

Pro Source Wholesale in Austin, Texas

Medina Electric Cooperative in Uvalde, Texas

Kimberly Downing

Pamela Zacha

Renée Schultz – Austin, Texas

Randall Collins

SEE to ACT is in no way affiliated with any political or religious movement or group. We are diverse individuals from all walks of life who wish to positively contribute to our world.

Contributions, large or small, are treated with gratitude and respect.