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25th Anniversary Third World Liberation Conference

25th Anniversary Third World Liberation Conference

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Third World Liberation Conference will feature multiple panels with speakers and presenters from both Oberlin and the surrounding area, as well as prominent speakers in their field from across the country. The purpose of the conference is for participants to be able to: examine their identity through a power, privilege, and intersectional oppression lens; understand the role of an ally for underrepresented community; and create tangible goals or action items for them to build community or coalitions to fight dominant ideologies (i.e. white supremacy, ableism, capitalistic notion of worth, xenophobia, etc.).

This year’s conference focuses on three program areas: disability justice, immigrant rights, and religious diversity and oppression.

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EVENT INFORMATION

Saturday, April 14, 2018 (All day)
2018 Third World Liberation Conference Committee, Oberlin College

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Oberlin College
King Hall
Oberlin , OH 44074 41° 17' 32.1252" N, 82° 13' 13.98" W
 
 
Dawnland

Dawnland

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FEATURE DOCUMENTARY (USA)
DIRECTED BY: ADAM MAZO, BEN PENDER-CUDLIP
RUNNING TIME: 86 MINUTES

WORLD PREMIERE

For much of the 20th century, the United States stole American Indian children from their families to be placed in white homes and in boarding schools as part of a systematic effort to distance the children from their heritage and cultural identity. Nationally, one in four children were living in non-Native adoptive homes, foster care or boarding schools as recently as the 1970s. During this period many children were devastated emotionally and physically by abuse in these environments.

DAWNLAND examines the formation of the first Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the United States, by the Wabanaki (Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot indigenous communities) and the state of Maine. DAWNLAND spotlights immense challenges this commission faces as it works toward truth, reconciliation, and healing for those affected by these atrocities.

Cleveland American Indian Movement is the community partner for this film at the Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF); you may use our discount code to purchase tickets to any standard Festival film screening (so, not valid for Opening Night tickets, special events, or in combination with any other discount offer).

DISCOUNT CODE

Ticket prices before $2 discount: $14 Cleveland International Film Festival Members / $16 Non-members / $14 Students and seniors (in-person only)

  • Online: Use the code INDIAN when purchasing tickets at www.clevelandfilm.org (available 24 hours a day).
  • Phone: Use the code INDIAN when calling the Film Festival Box Office at 877.304.FILM (3456).
  • In-person: Use the code INDIAN at the Film Festival Box Office in the Tower City Cinemas lobby.

Visit www.clevelandfilm.org/festival/updates for CIFF42 program updates regarding late addition films, added screenings and stand by.

RIDE RTA TO TOWER CITY

All Rapid Transit train lines provide direct service to Tower City Center and operate seven days a week. Visit www.riderta.com/ciff for information about routes and schedules.

EVENT INFORMATION

Friday, April 13, 2018 - 8:30pm
Saturday, April 14, 2018 - 1:15pm
Sunday, April 15, 2018 - 9:15am
Cleveland American Indian Movement
Cleveland International Film Festival

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Tower City Cinemas
Tower City Center, 230 W Huron Rd #7256
Cleveland , OH 44113
Phone: 877.304.3456 (box office)
41° 29' 50.0136" N, 81° 41' 38.5764" W
04/14/2018 - 1:15pm