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Contributed by Jack Rossen on 11/25/2012
There will be a showing of the film, "We Still Live Here" on Wednesday, Nov 28 at 7 pm in Textor 102.
The film deals with the amazing resurgence of Native language among the Wampanoag of present-day Massachusetts. The film, which runs for one hour, depicts one woman's emotional quest to bring back the Wampanoag's lost language. It is an epic story of overcoming personal and societal obstacles to accomplish something that many thought was impossible. This film was screened at a recent Northeast Anthropological Association Conference and left the audience stunned and awestruck! The film night is part of Ithaca College's celebration of Native American Month, sponsored by the IC Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs, the Native American Studies Program, and the Department of Anthropology.
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