STANDING WITH STANDING ROCK
Monday September 26
Come show your support for Standing Rock as “Olympia Food CO-OP” and “Make No Bones About It.” Present the film “Trudell”!
6:30 pm doors / 7pm show
PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD!
at the door time of the film
206 5th Avenue SE -downtown Olympia, Wa.
In this documentary filmmaker Heather Rae the engaging life story of Native American poet-prophet-activist John Trudell and his heartfelt message of active, personal responsibility to the earth, all of its inhabitants and our descendants.
Director: Heather Rae
more about John Trudell and the film –http://www.johntrudell.com/
Red Warrior Camp Legal Fund- Relatives we are actively working to get our brothers and sisters out! We appreciate all of your support! If you are able to continue supporting, please do so at:
This event is sponsored by the Olympia Food Coop.
More information contact:
Raven Redbone -email@example.com
Screening of Trudell
Screening of Trudell Facebook Page
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Free showing of the film: Incident at Oglala
February 26th, 2016
906 Columbia Street SE Olympia 98501 David William Building 2nd Floor
Olympia, WA 98506
Robert Redford narrates this documentary about the violent events that took place in 1975 on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Indian activists ended up in an extended standoff with FBI agents, and the result was several deaths, including two FBI agents whose killing was never clearly attributed to a specific gunman. Nevertheless, the government laid blame for the killing on Leonard Peltier, a Sioux political leader and activist with the American Indian Movement. Peltier has been in prison since 1977. The film details the brutal federal policies towards Indian people and the discrepancies in the government’s case against Peltier.
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