On Monday, Sept 9th Streams of Justice will be hosting the film “Muffins for Granny” – a film that honestly and sensitively presents the residential school experiences of 7 indigenous elders. Filmmaker Nadia McLaren explores these narratives of personal and collective suffering as a way to understand her Ojibway grandmother and the repercussions of residential school in her own family.
We’ll begin the evening with a meal together. Contributions to the meal are most welcome, but certainly not required. The most important thing is your presence.
After showing the film, we’ll engage in a time of discussion and reflection. This is especially relevant in light of the upcoming Truth and Reconciliation events in Vancouver, Sept 16-22.
Film: “Muffins for Granny” – stories from survivors of the Canadian Residential School System
Monday, Sept 9, 2013
6:30 pm – shared meal
7:00 pm – film presentation
8:30 pm – discussion / reflection
GCBC, 1803 East 1st Ave
Vancouver, Coast Salish Territory