Posted by Amanda Kelly on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 1:48 PM PST
On behalf of the Center for the Study of Justice in Society (CSJS), we are excited to partner with the American Indian Institute
to host the first public screening of Dakota 38 on Thursday, December 9th in the Seattle University Pigott Auditorium! Dakota 38 is a feature length documentary film by Smooth Feather Productions which tells the story of this 330 mile journey. See the film trailer. Both Eric Noyes, Director of the American Indian Institute, and Jim Miller, the Lakota Spiritual Leader who inspired the film, will be in attendance and will join us in a panel discussion after the film screening. Admission is free, for film details and tickets are available here.
Thanks to our campus partners, the Office of the President, Campus Ministry, and others, for their support of this event.
Gail Lasprogata, Director
Seattle University Center for the Study of Justice in Society