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.