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Onkwa nisteńhsera = Mothers of our nations : Indigenous Elders Summit 2004, Six Nations, Ontario / producers Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres, Indigenous Health Research Development Program, McMaster University Indigenous Studies Program, National Aboriginal Health Organization ; director, Dawn Martin-Hill.

Author: Dawn Martin-HillBear FoxRaymond SkyeKim AndersonBeverly JacobsAll authors
Publisher: Ont. : Federation of Indian Friendship Centers, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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This is the second documentary in a series of four drawn from the Elders who spoke during the six-day International Indigenous Elders Summit 2004 hosted at Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. This documentary examines the need for Indigenous women to reclaim, restore and revitalize their traditional knowledge and also highlights the plight of the 500 missing and murdered women in Canada by acknowledging the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dawn Martin-Hill; Bear Fox; Raymond Skye; Kim Anderson; Beverly Jacobs; Erica Jamieson; Sheena Joseph; Aileen Joseph; Nicole Martin; Jake Swamp; Judy Swamp; Akwesasne Women Singers.; Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres.; National Aboriginal Health Organization.; Indigenous Health Research Development Program.; McMaster University Indigenous Studies Program.
OCLC Number: 641210943
Language Note: English.
Notes: "The documentary features author Kim Anderson ; new Women's Association of Canada President, Beverly Jacobs, Erica Jamieson ; Sheena and Aileen Joseph ; Nicole Martin, a young woman striving for healing ; Elder Jake & Judy Swamp and many more."
Credits: Singers, Bear Fox and the Akwesasne Women Singers ; cover art, Raymond Skye.
Performer(s): Singers, Bear Fox and the Akwesasne Women Singers ; features author Kim Anderson ; new Women's Association of Canada President, Beverly Jacobs, Erica Jamieson ; Sheena and Aileen Joseph ; Nicole Martin, a young woman striving for healing ; Elder Jake & Judy Swamp and many more.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 49 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; NTSC.
Other Titles: Mothers of our nations

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This is the second documentary in a series of four drawn from the Elders who spoke during the six-day International Indigenous Elders Summit 2004 hosted at Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. This documentary examines the need for Indigenous women to reclaim, restore and revitalize their traditional knowledge and also highlights the plight of the 500 missing and murdered women in Canada by acknowledging the racialized violence towards Indigenous women as chronicled in the Native Women's Association of Canada Stolen Sisters campain. Included are the voices of women who have endured the realities of recism, murder, historical trauma and those who continue to be embroiled in violence. Elders express the need to heal and break the silence for the future of their families and Nations. They also identify solutions that strive to improve their children's wellness.

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