Truth and Reconciliation Film Screening of "Brother Rick"
In-personFilm & video Indigenous Intercultural Storytelling Truth and Reconciliation Youth & teens
Date and time
Cowichan Branch Library (Quamichan)
2687 James Street
Directions: Event will be held in the atrium of the library.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and offers closed captioning or subtitles.
This documentary, "Brother Rick", follows 62-year-old Sit-a-Luk Raymond Jones Peter, aka Brother Rick, who is a well-known member, knowledge keeper, dancer, and musician of Quw’utsun Cowichan First Nation. He currently resides in his traditional Coast Salish territory in Scia’new Beecher Bay First Nation, which is commonly known as East Sooke, BC.
In this film, we’re going to find out what motivates him to be involved with the schools and what impact his teachings are having not only on the students and teachers, but also on their parents, grandparents and school trustees.
FREE! All are welcome. No registration required.
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Vancouver Island Regional Library
We are a public library committed to Truth and Reconciliation. VIRL's mission is "to enrich lives and communities through universal access to knowledge, lifelong learning, and literacy". And our vision is "to develop strong library branches that are vital community destinations for knowledge, inspiration, innovation, and renewal."