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The Roxy Theatre has generously donated their space to showcase Director Tasha Hubbard's award winning film Two Worlds Colliding, followed by a panel discussion. This film highlights the long history of racism towards Indigenous people within Saskatchewan, in particular as it relates to the justice system. This event will be a safe space to understand this context and how it relates to the recent court decision in the murder of Colten Boushie.
Tickets are $10.00 by donation. Free tickets are available for all low income individuals and families.
All proceeds from this event will go to the Boushie Family Fund.
Discussion Q & A after with Dr, John Hansen and Dr. Verna St. Denis
Dr. John Hansen: Born and raised in the northern Manitoba; John George Hansen is a member of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. He is a faculty member in the Sociology Department at the University of Saskatchewan, and his research and teaching specialization are in the fields of Indigenous Justice; Crime and Society, focusing on Indigenous knowledge and ways of healing. He now lives in Saskatoon and writes on Indigenous topics.
John G. Hansen
Department of Sociology
University of Saskatchewan
P. ( 306) 966-1489
320 20th St W
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0X2
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