Mon, Oct 29 | Capitol City Cinema

Indie Lens Pop-Up | Dawnland

We are proud to announce our FIRST Indie Lens Pop-Up series in which we will be screening DAWNLAND on October 29th. This is a partnership with our local PBS station, KMOS-TV. Representatives from KMOS-TV and a local expert on Native American history will be in the house.
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Indie Lens Pop-Up | Dawnland

Time & Location

Oct 29, 2018, 6:00 PM
Capitol City Cinema, 126 E High St, Jefferson City, MO 65101, USA

About The Event

We are proud to announce our FIRST Indie Lens Pop-Up series in which we will be screening DAWNLAND on October 29th. This is a partnership with our local PBS station, KMOS-TV. Representatives from KMOS-TV and a local expert on Native American history will be in the house.

Stay tuned for the five additional films in which we will be screening in the future. Those will be added soon.

RSVP suggested, but not required: Please RSVP here:

ABOUT THE FILM:

The marginalization of Native Americans wasn’t simply a crime of our country’s distant, unenlightened past. The documentary Dawnland chronicles the effort in one state, Maine, to come to terms with a practice that endured through most of the 20th century, when welfare workers removed Wabanaki children from their families and placed them in foster care – presuming that assimilation into white society would improve their quality of life and offer them a better future.

Registration is Closed

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