April 13, 2019

Multicultural Film Series-"Come Meet the Family"- Film showing and post-screening talk back - "Smoke Signals"

This award-winning film was the first to be written, directed, acted and co-produced by Native Americans. Two young friends make a road trip from their South Dakota reservation to Arizona. A modern tale - both funny and serious -- of growing up, healing hurts, and dealing with stereotypes. Talkback: Arnold Chevalier, enrolled member, Menominee Nation, Board Treasurer, Wisconsin Humanities Council. The Come Meet the Family! Film/Talkback is series open to the public. Saturday morning screenings are family friendly (suitable for adults and children 10 and up), about an by a different racial, cultural or religious group. Following each film, an expert from the featured population(s) will discuss their lived experiences and the film with the audience.

Unitarian Church North
13800 N Port Washington Rd
Mequon WI, 53097-1738

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