Blood Memory Online Screening & Discussion - June 15th

Blood Memory Online Screening & Discussion - June 15th

We are pleased to host an online screening of the documentary Blood Memory followed by a discussion with Sandy White Hawk and filmmaker Drew Nicholas.  The film will be available to view online from Thursday, June 11 at 6:30 PM to the time of the panel discussion on Monday, June 15 at 6:30 PM. 

Pre-Registration to view the film and to participate in the online panel discussion is required, please sign up below. Registrants will receive a follow up email with instructions and a link to the event.

Sandy White Hawk served as a Commissioner for the Maine Truth Commission.  At 18 months, Sandy was removed from her Sicangu Lakota relatives and taken to live with a Christian missionary couple 400 miles away, where her skin color and cultural heritage were rejected. Blood Memory explores Sandy’s adoption and reconnection with her Lakota community and identity.

WHEN
June 15, 2020 at 6:30pm - 8pm
WHERE
Online
CONTACT
Tom Reynolds · · 207-831-6980

Will you come?