Trouble in the Garden Film
This event will be a film screening and panel discussion on the film, Trouble in the Garden produced by Dr. Raven Sinclair.
About this Event
This event will be a film screening and panel discussion on the film, Trouble in the Garden – produced by Dr. Raven Sinclair & is presented by the Centre for Indigegogy, Faculty of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University, Indigenous Initiatives at Wilfrid Laurier, and SSHRC.
Executive Producer and Professor, Dr. Raven Sinclair is known nationally for her expertise on the 60’s Scoop. Being a Scoop survivor herself, she is a leading activist for Indigenous child welfare and Scoop survivors accross Turtle Island. Dr. Raven Sinclair will be presenting this film, and particpating in panel disucssion.
Raven, a radical eco-activist, is jailed for protesting development on disputed Indigenous land. Long estranged from her adoptive family, she never imagined her brother Colin would be the one to bail her out. Compelled to stay at his suburban home, she discovers he’s in real estate – pre-selling houses on the very land she’s trying to save. Adopted, disowned, and now under house arrest, this is a story of reckoning with betrayal – of love, land, and blood.
This event is free, but registration is required as there is a room capacity.
DATE: Saturday November 23rd 2019
LOCATION: BA201 (Bricker Building)
TIME: 7:00 PM
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We look forward to seeing you!