Indigenous Peoples Film Festival 2017

2017 is Canada’s Sesquicentennial or 150th anniversary. Many celebrations and events are planned across the country but for many people, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, Canada exists on stolen land as this was not an empty space waiting to be populated. Through the Indigenous Study Group, CFUW is inviting Clubs, interest groups and individuals to learn more about our First Nations, Métis and Inuit heritage in this the 150th year since Confederation. In the attached document, there are films and links that can be accessed free of charge to be shown at Club events or viewed by individuals.

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