The film was shown as part of the 53rd Annual General Assembly of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians
The 4th World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (4WSFC) is a transdisciplinary forum for anyone interested in small-scale fisheries to participate in an interactive discussion about the world's small-scale fisheries.
This film was shown as part of the Gaagige Zaagibigaa Maamigin gathering
Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School, Food Studies in the Schools of Public Engagement and co-sponsored by the Media Studies and Global Studies programs in the Schools of Public Engagement
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston, Ontario. Panel discussion with Abraham Francis and Kerry-Ann Charles
DOORS OPEN @ 4:30 PM, DOCUMENTARY @ 5 PM, PANEL DISCUSSION & REFRESHMENTS TO FOLLOW - CFRE Seminar Room Free Admission Contact mdavis1 [at] lssu.edu
The film is being shown as part of the American Association of Geographers 2023 Annual Meeting
Culture Night – Film Screening: Lake Superior Our Helper
Join us as we bring indigenous people together to discuss positive pathways forward in the management and development of fisheries that will lead to indigenous wellbeing and prosperity. The event is being hosted by Kā Waimaero | Ngāi Tahu Centre at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and the Carleton Centre for Community Innovation (3ci), based in Ottawa, Canada. Kā Waimaero is an indigenous research centre established in partnership with the Māori tribe Ngāi Tahu, whose tribal territory makes-up two thirds of the South Island of New Zealand.