Films and Facts: Sgaawaay K’uuna (Edge of the Knife)
Toronto Friends House
60 Lowther Ave.
Join Canadian Friends Service Committee for a night of film and discussion.
Sgaawaay K’uuna(Edge of the Knife)
Inspired by the Gaagiixiid/ Gaagiid wildman of Haida mythology, the film charts
a simple narrative about a reckless uncle who can’t bear the guilt of having unwittingly led a beloved nephew to his demise
Followed by a discussion with CFSC’s Indigenous Rights Program Coordinator, Jennifer Preston
60 Lowther Ave. Toronto, ON
Free and open to the public.
Please be advised that the contents of these films may be upsetting to some viewers. It is not recommended that children attend.
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Followed by a discussion with CFSC’s Criminal Justice Program Coordinator, Nancy Russell
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