Film Screening: We Will Be Free

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Manitoba presents a special screening of

We Will Be Free

by Max Fabian Meis and Ferdinand Carrière of Downsideup Film Productions

June 20th, 2012, 7pm
Millennium Library
Free Admission
Q&A to follow
Opening and closing songs by Keewating Otchichak (Northern Crane Drum Group)

There is a long journey ahead… but a start is made.

Featuring the experiences of Aboriginal people in the North End, with Larry Morrissette from OPK.

Their culture and language were once questioned by the new owners of their world. Many generations of Indigenous people have this cultural genocide enforced by the Canadian government.

What we see today is the aftermath of this history of colonization and the first steps to pick up the pieces and heal.

Watch the trailer:

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