Posted on Jun 17, 2022
Please join us on June 21 for a 5:01 movie night where we’ll view Twin Cities PBS (TPT)’s newest documentary, Bring Her Home, which tells the story of three Indigenous women fighting to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives. Director and Producer Leya Hale of the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota and Diné Nations shares, “I’ve made it my obligation to not only highlight the challenges my people face, but to offer stories of resilience, healing, and hope to empower Indigenous communities near and far. It is my hope that this film will drive public awareness that will serve as a catalyst for conversation, cultural reclamation and ultimately, systemic change.”
The movie will begin promptly at 5:15, and is an hour in length. 
This evening’s viewing is being brought to you by our Ending Human Trafficking sub-committee to further our Club’s education on this issue and the many ways we can engage in action. We’ll host a discussion afterwards, so we hope you are able to stay until at least 6:30pm.
If it is not possible to join us in-person, this will be available on Zoom that evening.
Program will begin at 5:15 PM
Meeting ID: 825 184 8268

Passcode: 643825

Or, join by Phone:  (312) 626-6799 or (346) 248-7799