Film screening: Bones of Crows
- Location Description:
PL 107 (Lecture Theatre)
Your Campus Library presents:
Bones of Crows
A film directed by Marie Clements
"Removed from their family home and forced into Canada’s residential school system, Cree musical prodigy Aline and her siblings are plunged into a struggle for survival. Bones of Crows is Aline's journey from child to matriarch, a moving multi-generational epic of resilience, survival and the pursuit of justice." (Source: bonesofcrows.com)
Join us as we continue our journey towards reconciliation and honour the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation.
This film is based on actual events of colonial violence and trauma that many Indigenous people have experienced, including the removal of children. Some of the scenes may be upsetting, particularly for direct or intergenerational survivors of Residential Schools.
Counselors will be available onsite for the duration of the event and additional support resources will be made available online.