Thursday, February 18, 8:30pm - 10:00pm (EST)
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7th Annual SF Urban Film Fest
The film screening and panel discussion will be focused on the San Francisco urban American Indian community. There will be a short film screening of three films that will focus on Ohlone visibility in the San Francisco Bay Area, highlight key moments like the Occupation of Alcatraz, and show how government termination and relocation policies brought American Indians from all over into the City.
Following will be a panel discussion with founders of and representatives from the American Indian Cultural District (AICD). The panel discussion will focus on how the current inter-tribal urban American Indian community in San Francisco sprouted from Yelamu, a thriving Ramaytush Ohlone landscape, cover key events and experiences that shaped the urban Indian community today, and show how the American Indian Cultural District is focused on celebrating and honoring American Indian culture, heritage and contributions for past, present and future generations.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Register for the event to receive an access code and link to join on Thursday, February 18 at 5:30pm PST. We’ll watch the films and go straight into panel discussion. Bring questions for panelists to guide the conversation.
For the full experience, please watch the films curated as part of this program: "Gold, Greed, & Genocide" and "Beyond Recognition" before the Watch Party.
Register for link!
SF Urban Film Fest, firstname.lastname@example.org