AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy
Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day! 🙌 In collaboration with the Office of Sustainability and Multicultural Student Services Center, the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy presents a FREE screening of the 2020 documentary, Gather: The Fight to Revitalize Our Native Foodways.
Available Monday, October 12 — Monday, October 19
Request film viewing link: https://bit.ly/3diwmkX
Submit a reflection on the film: https://bit.ly/3jYhpqQ
Learn more about the film: https://gather.film/
Gather is an intimate portrait of a growing movement among Indigenous Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities—through obtaining sovereignty over their ancestral food systems—while battling the historical trauma brought on by centuries of genocide. This documentary beautifully weaves personal stories with historical footage and presents the stories through the lens of Indigenous community members. Gather also received a coveted Critic's Pick from the New York Times this month! Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a celebratory time dedicated to Indigenous resilience, beauty, survival, and strength—and we believe the film Gather embodies these values in a meaningful way.
Screening Opportunity: Please join us in viewing this documentary via our university link and password! The film will be available from October 12th-19th for you to view at your convenience. Fill out this Google Form to receive the link: https://forms.gle/uDsk82S4VSts7dDa9
Reflection Opportunity (optional): An important part of learning is reflecting on new information and experiences! We invite viewers to submit a reflection piece to https://forms.gle/bgxdMyfRnU4JNCqJ6 by October 30, 2020 for a chance to be published on our Sustainable GW blog and the MSSC Newsletter.
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