Please join us as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month with an IN-PERSON screening of the film In the White Man’s Image. A facilitated dialogue with follow the screening.
In the White Man’s Image follows Capt. Pratt’s founding of the Carlisle School in Pennsylvania, and his philosophy of “kill the Indian and save the man” which became the basis of the Indian schools across America. In this film, native Americans tell the story of a humanist experiment gone bad Reviews “…sad and affecting tale…” – The Seattle Times “…includes many fascinating photographs…” – The Seattle Times “…poignant…” – Walter Goodman, The New York Times “Striking before-and-after photographs…” – Walter Goodman, The New York Times “…strongest when it lets the story tell itself, in photographs and drawings from the period, and in the contributions of Prof. Henrietta Mann, a Cheyenne historian, and of Sid Byrd, who attended an Indian school in Nebraska.” – Walter Goodman, The New York Times “…a cautionary hour.” – Walter Goodman, The New York Times.
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Please feel free to bring your lunch.
Parking is available in Lot 9 at Holman and Crawford/Almeda.