Indian Horse Post-Screening: In dialogue with Edna Manitowabi and Roger Chum
Enji giidoyang Speaker Series
Please join us in screening the film Indian Horse during the week of September 26th, followed by an in- person conversation with actor Edna Manitowabi and residential school warrior Roger Chum on September 29th at 6:00 p.m.
Edna Manitowabi, Anishnaabekwe, is Bear Clan, a Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother, of Ojibway/Odawa ancestry originally from Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island. A fifth degree Midewewin teacher and seeker of Indigenous knowledge, Edna is one of the founders and teachers of Minwaywaygaan Midewewiwin Lodge, Rosseau River, Manitoba. Her role within the Lodge includes translation/interpretation of stories, direction, teachings, and songs - Ojibway to English.
Roger Chum is a member of Moose Cree First Nation. He is a residential school warrior and attended Bishop Horden Hall Residential School on Moose Island. He is currently an employee in the First Peoples Centre at Canadore College and has been supporting Indigenous students in post-secondary at the First Nation and institutional level for the past 25 years.
Indian Horse Film Screening: Available beginning on September 26, 2022