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Roots and Routes: Indigenous Legacies

What does it mean to remember? How is culture transmitted and translated generation to generation? These films highlight two stories of community resilience that reveal the efforts of advocacy and cultural stewardship that sustain deep, enduring legacies.


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In this program

Still We Rise

Directed by John Harvey

A cinematic tribute to an incandescent year of protest and the ongoing struggle for First Nations’ to reclaim their ancestral lands.

Hōkūle’a: Finding the Language of the Navigator

Directed by Ty Sanga

The story of Hōkūle’a, a Polynesian voyaging canoe, reveals the wisdom of traditional wayfinding methods and community efforts to preserve cultural heritage.

Dates & Times


The New Parkway Theater

Sun, May 19
3:30 pm