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Film Screening: Three Feathers

Posted in Indigenous
Nov 20, 2019

A facilitated discussion with filmmaker Richard Van Camp will follow the screening of Three Feathers.

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 20
Time: 7 - 9:30 pm
Location: Neatby-Timlin Theatre, Arts 241, University of Saskatchewan
Admission: Free

Three Feathers explores the power of grace and restorative justice in one northern community and the cultural legacy that can empower a generation. The film will be presented in Cree with English subtitles. A facilitated discussion with filmmaker Richard Van Camp will follow the screening.

This event is presented by the College of Arts and Science and the Indigenous Student Achievement Pathways (ISAP) program, with support from the Role Model Speaker's Fund and Visiting Indigenous Scholar's Fellowship Program.


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