Save the Date!
Virtual screening of the award-winning short documentary of two young women and their Rites of Passage. For four years they are challenged spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically to shape the Mohawk women they become.
The Mohawk Community of Akwesasne straddles the US/Canada border. www.underthehuskfilm.com/
Conversation and Q&A to follow with the filmmaker and the young women.
A Two Row Production distributed by Women Make Movies
Suggested donations will benefit the Akwesasne Freedom School. www.facebook.com/Akwesasne-Freedom-School-125290000834845/posts/
Bluseed Studios • www.bluseedstudios.org
Lake Flower Landing • www.lakeflowerlanding.com
John Brown Lives! • www.johnbrownlives.org
Registration info to follow!
Please note: The date for this event is yet to be announced. Please contact John Brown Farm at (518) 523 - 3900 for additional details.
Blues at Timbuctoo delivers a generously spirited, deeply meaningful day of the Blues at the home of abolitionist John Brown. Held on a grassy hillside under open skies at the 270-acre John Brown Farm State Historic Site in Lake Placid, renowned vocalists, instrumentalists, performers, and storytellers come together in concert and conversation with the audience to, as bluesman Jerry Dugger and co-founder of Blues at Timbuctoo pleaded to a Lake Placid audience a few years earlier, to "reboot" a national conversation on race and what can and does connect us today.
Line up coming later this year!