ONLINE Sustainability Film: The Seven Generation River
Sustainability Film Series: Issues and Dialogue
3rd Thursdays each month, January - May 2020
View the film online on your own and join the Zoom discussion.
The Seven Generation River (27 min.)
Online Viewing Link: https://www.greatlakesnow.org/the-seven-generation-river/
This Great Lakes documentary explores the political, social and environmental issues surrounding our most precious natural resource – water. In a time of cultural turmoil, deep divisions between Americans, our environment–our natural resources–are caught in the crossfire. In an approach that blends the latest science with their traditional ways, infusing science with their cultural values, a small band of Native Americans nestled in the southwest corner of Michigan and the Great Lakes might have the key to healing our divisions, healing nature, healing ourselves. They are the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.
Online Facilitated Discussion: 7-8 pm, Thursday, May 21st
Join via Zoom: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/99445405553
Join by phone: 646 876 9923 ID: 994 4540 5553
Marcus Winchester: Director of the Pokagon Band Department of Language and Culture; marcus.winchester@PokagonBand-nsn.gov
Jennifer Kanine: Director of the Pokagon Band Department of Natural Resources; Jennifer.kanine@PokagonBand-nsn.gov
Grant Poole: Water Quality Specialist for Pokagon Band Department of Natural Resources; Grant.Poole@PokagonBand-nsn.gov
The film series is cosponsored by the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative, Michigan Tech Great Lakes Research Center, Keweenaw Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Keweenaw Land Trust, Michigan Tech Department of Social Sciences, and Michigan Tech Sustainable Futures Institute. (Additional co-sponsors are welcome!)
Past films since 2011 are available for a 2-week checkout: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, May 21 at 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.