A true event of injustice, outrage, activism and vindication that fostered cultural pride and unity among the members of a small Native American tribe on Cape Cod.
What we know now as Attaquin Park is traditional spiritual place at the convergence of two waters, where the tribe was embarking on a cultural preservation project through the town. A 40 year retrospective of an event that occurred there in the summer of 1976 when a group including traditional Mashpee Wampanoag drummers were violently raided and brutally arrested at this project site on their homelands.
Filmmaker – Talia Landry
Producer – Paula Peters
Screening to be followed by panel discussion facilitated by Paula Peters
Sunday, October 1
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