APRIL 17 | WARRIOR WOMEN (2018, 65 mins, Dirs: Christina D. King, Elizabeth Castle)

WARRIOR WOMEN (2018, 65 mins, Dirs: Christina D. King, Elizabeth Castle)
Center for Media, Culture and History

WEDNESDAY / APRIL 17 / 6–8 PM @ KRISER SCREENING ROOM, DEPT. OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 25 WAVERLY PLACE, GROUND FLOOR

WARRIOR WOMEN (2018, 65 mins, Dirs: Christina D. King, Elizabeth Castle)

A documentary on Indigenous women’s activism, from Alcatraz and Wounded Knee to Standing Rock. Featuring Madonna Thunder Hawk (Yankton Sioux) and daughter Marcella Gilbert. Post-screening discussion with Creek/Seminole filmmaker CHRISTINA D. KING and ELIZABETH ELLIS (History, NYU).

CO-SPONSORS: NYU CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES, NATIVE STUDIES FORUM, NATIVE AMERICAN AND INDIGENOUS STUDENT GROUP, AND THE FLAHERTY