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Vancouver Public Library – Carnegie Branch
401 Main St., Vancouver, British Columbia, V6A 2T7

Program approximate duration: 2 h 15 minutes.

The Spirit of Annie Mae
Catherine Anne Martin
2002 | 1 h 13 min

In 1975, Annie Mae Pictou Aquash, a 30-year-old Nova Scotia born-Mi’kmaq, was shot dead, execution style, on a desolate road in South Dakota. Nearly three decades later the crime remains a mystery. Aquash was highly placed in the American Indian Movement (AIM), a radical First Nations organization that took up arms in the 1970s to fight for the rights of their people. The Spirit of Annie Mae is the story of Aquash’s remarkable life and her brutal murder. It is a moving tribute from the women who were closest to her: the two daughters who fled with their mother when she hid from the FBI; the young women she inspired to embrace Native culture; and the other activists, including Buffy Sainte-Marie and investigative journalist Minnie Two Shoes, who stood in solidarity with her. All are still trying to understand why she met such a violent death. Follow them on their journey as they celebrate the life of a woman who inspired a generation of Indigenous people.

 

Mohawk Girls
Catherine Anne Martin
2005 | 1 h 02 min

Shot over two years, Mohawk Girls provides a surprising inside look at modern Indigenous youth culture. Deeply emotional yet unsentimental, it reveals the hope, despair, heartache and promise of growing up Indigenous at the beginning of the 21st century.

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