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Sunday, January 19 • 1:30pm - 3:45pm
Place of the Pike / Ginoozhekaaning | Maxima

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Place of the Pike / Ginoozhekaaning
Finn Ryan, Dylan Jennings | 2019 | 7 min
In 1971, A.B. LeBlanc (Bay Mills Ojibwe) set a gill net in Pendills Bay on Lake Superior. The Michigan DNR arrested LeBlanc and he was later convicted of fishing commercially without a license and for fishing with an illegal device. This story highlights the treaty challenge and struggle for Ojibwe communities to maintain their identity through treaty reserved rights asserted in the signing of the 1836 treaty with the United States.

Maxima
Claudia Sparrow, Ryan Schwartz | 2019 | 88 min
Maxima, an indigenous woman from the Peruvian Andes who cannot read or write, stands up to the largest gold producer in the world, US-based Newmont Mining Corporation, who has claimed ownership of her land in order to expand its multi-billion-dollar mining operation.

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Finn Ryan

Director, Place of the Pike / Ginoozhekaaning



Attendees (16)