Meaningful Movies: Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World
Tuesday, February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for a screening of Inhabitants: Indigenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World, a powerful documentary about five Native American communities as they restore their traditional land management practices in the face of a changing climate. From deserts, coastlines, forests, mountains, and prairies, Native communities across the US are restoring their ancient relationships with the land. The five stories include sustaining traditions of Hopi dryland farming in Arizona; restoring buffalo to the Blackfoot reservation in Montana; maintaining sustainable forestry on the Menominee reservation in Wisconsin; reviving native food forests in Hawaii; and returning prescribed fire to the landscape by the Karuk Tribe of California. We’ll have a lively discussion immediately after the film, so grab a snack and join this family-friendly screening! See you at the movies!
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Meaningful Movies Bellevue offers free films every fourth Tuesday of the month from September through May. All are welcome to attend these virtual social justice events! The films are followed with a discussion session that often includes local speakers. The Meaningful Movies Bellevue team selects what films we want to show each month and organizes the discussion session that follows the film. If you would like to learn more about Meaningful Movies Bellevue or you would like to be part of this team, please email Lynn Roesch.