Free screening of "The Ice Walk" documentary
UPEI faculty, staff, and students, and the general public are invited to a free screening and panel discussion of "The Ice Walk" with director Eliza Knockwood and other honoured guests. This event will take place in the Hon. Alex H. MacKinnon Auditorium (Room 242), Don and Marion McDougall Hall, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
This documentary “exposes a hidden history of the exile of Prince Edward Island’s original inhabitants to a small island off its coast and explores the present-day desire of allies to rectify these injustices. The series holds space for Mi’kmaq Elders and other community members to tell their harrowing stories of crossing the ice to get basic provisions from the mainland.”
Thank you to our partnerships who helped make this event possible:
• Faculty of Indigenous Knowledge, Education, Research, and Applied Studies
• Atlantic Council for International Cooperation
• UPEI Canadian Centre for Climate Change
If you have questions about parking, accessibility, emotional support during the screening, or other topics related to this event, For information, please email Jasmine Pauzé, coordinator of the Mawi'omi Indigenous Student Centre, at email@example.com