100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice (Elouise Cobell's Inspiring Story)

Film - Documentary | February 22 | 7:30-9:30 p.m. | ASUC Stores (King Student Union), Pauley Ballroom (West)

 Melinda Janko, Director and Producer, A fire In the Belly Productions, Inc.

 Equity and Inclusion, Vice Chancellor, Office of Chancellor, Human Resources, American Indian Graduate Student Association, Native American Studies, Joseph A. Myers for Research on Native American Issues

Melinda Janko, Director and Producer, A fire in the Belly Productions, Inc. comes to UCB, to present her 75-minute documentary, followed by Talk and Q & A, on the inspiring story of Elouise Cobell, a powerful woman, activist, banker, rancher, heroine, warrior and founder of the Native American Bank. The film 100 years documents the David vs. Goliath of Elouise Cobell's courageous fight for justice for hundreds of thousands of Native Americans who were cheated out of billions of dollars in trust assets by the United States Government.

 All Audiences

 All Audiences

 

  RSVP by calling Carmen Foghorn or Cindy Andallo at 510-642-3228, or by emailing Carmen Foghorn or Cindy Andallo at aigp@berkeley.edu by February 14

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