Toronto Public Library – Eglinton Square Branch
1 Eglinton Square #126, Toronto, Ontario, M1L 2K1
As part of THE NFB IN LIBRARIES annual programming, the Eglinton Square Branch of the Toronto Public Library is offering a free screening of Inconvenient Indian (2020 | 90 min) :
Inconvenient Indian dives deep into the brilliant mind of Thomas King, Indigenous intellectual, master storyteller, and author of the bestselling book The Inconvenient Indian, to shatter the misconception that history is anything more than stories we tell about the past. With winks to his cab driver Coyote along the way, King takes us on a critical journey through the colonial narratives of North America. He eloquently exposes the falsehoods of white supremacy and deftly punctures myths of Indigenous erasure to lay bare what has been extracted from the land, culture, and peoples of Turtle Island. In this time of momentous change and essential re- examination, Inconvenient Indian is a powerful visual poem anchored in the land and amplified by the voices of those who continue the tradition of Indigenous resistance. Artist activists, land protectors, hunters, and those leading cultural revitalization powerfully subvert the “inconvenience” of their existence, creating an essential new narrative and a possible path forward for us all.
Please visit organiser’s website for more info : https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/eglintonsquare/