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What Audiences are Saying

” I am grateful for the opportunity to have viewed this film. It was painful and hopeful, and also brought home the importance of marginalized groups supporting each other and helping to raise us all up. Thank you for this time together.”

“This film gives us a glimpse of the history, a history that should be taught in schools to make people understand that Native Americans are people and they are a part of OUR American history.”

This is such an important film. I needed to go at 7, but here I am.

“This film stirred something within me, and it made me realize just how much i hope that i leave this earth in a better place than i found it.”

“Beautifully done, tragically real.”

“I am still aching witnessing the vicious, twisted, and yet heartfelt racism of so many people exhibited in the film, that there are so many people who genuinely see racism as a part of their heritage. That racism has morphed to disguise itself as “honoring” people, even when those very people are saying that they aren’t being honored. There’s so much gaslighting and twisted logic, that is so much a part of the legacy of American whiteness. I feel shame, and wonder how I can build from that to gather others of European descent, which is our job to do as white and non-native people.”

“Overwhelming and powerful”

“I’m tremendously moved, saddened, and yet, hopeful. What other choice do we have, but to keep fighting, stay focused and remain hopeful? I have to go now…Enjoy the rest of your evening!”

“The film shows what ADVOCACY can accomplish.”

“I honestly had not considered the impact that mascots had before the screening, but it is heartbreaking to see the harm and disrespect to someone’s identity. I don’t understand how this has lasted so long.”

“An amazing film. I feel more impowered to keep fighting for change.”

“I was struck by how timely this film is and believe that it is important for everyone to see it and understand and remember.”