Mary Two-Axe Earley: I Am Indian Again

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Spirit to Soar
Streaming on Hot Docs at Home Thu, Apr 29, 2021 10:00 AM
Following up on her groundbreaking and award-winning book Seven Fallen Feathers, journalist Tanya Talaga returns to Thunder Bay to see if anything has changed since the inquest into the deaths of seven First Nations high school students.
Film Info
Runtime:34
Copyright:2021
Country Listing:Canada
Premiere Status:World Premiere
Festival Info
Festival Year:2021
Language:English
French
Accessibility:Closed Captions
Partial Subtitles
Program Category:Shorts
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Extra Tags:Québécois Films and Filmmakers
Cast/Crew Info
Director(s):Courtney Montour
Producer(s):Kat Baulu
Ariel Nasr
Executive Producer(s):Annette Clarke
Writer(s):Courtney Montour
Editor(s):Annie Jean
Cinematography:Sylvaine Dufaux
Composer:alaska B
Ange Loft
Sound:Marie-Pierre Grenier

Description

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After marrying a settler, Mary Two-Axe Earley lost her legal status as a First Nations woman. Dedicating her life to activism, she campaigned to have First Nations women's rights restored and coordinated a movement that continues to this day. Kahnawake filmmaker Courtney Montour honours this inspiring leader while drawing attention to contemporary injustices that remain in this era of truth and reconciliation. Alexander Rogalski

On May 6, there will be a live Q&A with filmmaker Courtney Montour and Dr. Pamela Palmater, presented by the NFB.
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