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This River poster -- boat with two men in itThe documentary “This River” one of the films to be screened at a free public event Thursday on the UWindsor campus.

Screening to air films on missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls

Short films highlighting issues around missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls are the subject of a free public screening on the University of Windsor campus Thursday, February 15.

The Aboriginal Education Centre and the Arts Council Windsor & Region will show:

  • Souvenir, a series of four films by First Nations filmmakers that remix archival footage to address Indigenous identity and representation, reframing Canadian history through a contemporary lens; and
  • This River, a documentary that offers an Indigenous perspective on the devastating experience of searching for a loved one who has disappeared.

The event is set for room 1100 of the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation at 7 p.m.

It follows on campus activities to call attention to the issue of violence towards Indigenous woman and children, says Aboriginal outreach co-ordinator Kathryn Pasquach.

This River will carry the same theme about Indigenous women and Canada’s need to do justice for them,” she says.

Learn more on the centre’s website.