This gripping 2017 film focuses on the rape and murder of a young Native American woman and the attempt to find her killer. The plot follows investigators who are challenged to unravel a horrific crime on a remote Wyoming reservation during a bone-chilling winter. The haunting story reflects the thousands of real-life incidents of violence against Indigenous women, who have the highest rate of rape and assault in the U.S. Radical Women shows the film in solidarity with and support of Native women who are leading the way to end the violence. Discussion will follow the showing.
Fri, July 12, 7:30 pm
Door donation $5 – $8
Refreshments available from 6:30pm • Snack prices vary
New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., Seattle
On the #7 busline; a short walk east from Columbia City light rail station.
Sponsored by Radical Women
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