Justice for the Lubicon Cree: A film screening and discussion of Amnesty International’s “Our Land, My People”

Thursday, October 28 at 6:00pm. Lev Bukhman Room, 2nd floor of SSMU

The Lubicon Cree live in Northern Alberta, where oil and tar sands have been discovered in recent decades. Amnesty International’s film “Our Land, My People” documents the struggle of this First Nation’s People to retain their traditional land, culture and way of life in the face of oil and gas developments.

Journalists for Human Rights is presenting a film screening of “Our Land, My People,” followed by a panel discussion of experts on the issue. Questions and audience participation are welcome. The event will be followed by an informal reception with the speakers. There will also be an opportunity to sign a petition run by Amnesty McGill.



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