Film festival celebrates American Indian Heritage

By Morgan Hodder

The American Indian Film Festival begins Nov. 5 and ends Nov. 7. Movies will be shown in Carlson Theatre. There will be a potluck event on Nov. 6 and 7 in room A265, where anyone interested may go and speak to the filmmakers. The festival is free to the public.

“This is a world-class event; there’s nothing else like it,” said Leslie Lum, business instructor at BCC. “People should just go, every single one of us should at least see one of these movies. It is our responsibility. We [America] have never apologized for what we’ve done to them [Native Americans].

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