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CLiP meeting: Discussion of the documentary film “Sugarcane”

The Canadian Literature in Perspective (CLiP) Reading Group cordially invites everyone interested to a discussion of “Sugarcane”—a documentary film featured as part of this year’s Millenium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival.

The CLiP meeting will take place on May 23, 6:30 pm, 341 (Collegium Heliodori). Those of you interested in watching the movie are welcome to attend the screening in Kino Muza on May 15 at 20:30. Tickets are still available. For more information about the documentary, click here (external link; date of access: 2024-05-08).

The meeting will be moderated by Professor Agnieszka Rzepa.

More about “Sugarcane” (dir. Julian Brave NoiseCat, Emily Kassie / Canada / 2024):
“Investigation into abuse and missing children at an Indian residential school ignites a reckoning on the nearby Sugarcane Reserve. A multilayered film that invites audiences to confront profound questions about morality and justice, and to bear witness to the lasting intergenerational legacy of trauma from the residential school system — including forced family separation, physical and sexual abuse, and the destruction of Native culture and language.” (source; external link; date of access: 2024-05-08)

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