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April 08FIRST NATIONS STUDENT ASSOCIATION POWWOW & INDIGENOUS CULTURES FESTIVAL SISTERS RISING FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION
Register to join us via Zoom: kansas.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FtX7ZyjiRuC0GbR4U0L78Q
"Sisters Rising" is a powerful documentary that focuses on six Native American women reclaiming personal and tribal sovereignty in the context of violence against Native women. You can screen this film for free by visiting the following webpage between April 2 and April 8: https://fnsa-powwow.blog.ku.edu/sisters-rising-film-panel/. On April 8, Hailee Birdtail will moderate a live discussion and with the film’s creators and local Indigenous social workers and activists. This event is part of the FNSA Powwow and Indigenous Cultures Festival. To learn more about other associated programs, please visit: https://fnsa-powwow.blog.ku.edu/.
Sponsored By: KU Indigenous Studies Program, KU School of Social Welfare, The Sexual Assault Prevent and Education Center, Spencer Museum of Art