Thunder Bay’s Walk-a-mile Film Project comes to Kingston

This is a community event we found floating around the internet that we wanted to share with the PeaceQuest community:

ETFO Status of Women and Equity Committees are proud to present a free community screening of the WALK A MILE FILM PROJECT.

Free admission, drink & popcorn – all are welcome to attend! Limited seating; RSVP to to reserve a spot.

Synopsis: The overall objective of the Walk-A-Mile Film Project is to strengthen relationships between the community at large and Urban Aboriginal Peoples.

In particular, this film series is a means to bring discussions on diversity and relationship-building into sharper focus in a way that will encourage all our community members, no matter where they come from, to fully understand historical Aboriginal and community issues in their current context so that we can have discussions that are both informed as well as welcoming and respectful.

Here is the original event listing on the Screening Room Kingston website.

To learn more about the municipal Elders Advisory Council whose discussions led to the creation of this project.

Watch the trailer here:

Walk-A-Mile Film Project Trailer from Thunderstone Pictures on Vimeo.