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Treaty Lands, Global Stories Film Night

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When:
Wednesday, May 1, 2019. 6:00 - 8:00pm
Where:
Old Post Office
12 Water Street South, Cambridge, ON
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Description:

Join the Treaty Lands, Global Stories group from the University of Waterloo's School of Architecture as they explore Indigenous issues through film and discussion.

Between: Living in the Hyphen

Anne Marie Nakagawa's documentary examines what it means to have a background of mixed ancestries that cannot be easily categorized. By focusing on seven Canadians who have one parent from a European background and one of a visible minority, she attempts to get at the root of what it means to be multi-ethnic in a world that wants each person to fit into a single category.

Finding a satisfactory frame of reference in our 'multicultural utopia' turns out to be more complex than one might think. Between: Living in the Hyphen offers a provocative glimpse of what the future holds: a departure from hyphenated names towards a celebration of fluidity and being mixed.
 

Ages:
Ages 16+
Cost:

Free

Contact:

For more information, call 226.533.2767 or ask us online.

Between Living in the Hyphen

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