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"United by Water"

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"United by Water"

In conjunction with the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture’s exhibit Awakenings, we will be showing a public screening of the documentary “United by Water” created by the Upper Columbia Unified Tribes (UCUT).

The film follows the first tribal canoe journey and gathering at Kettle Falls, Washington since the Ceremony of Tears in 1943. It is narrated by Native American author and filmmaker Sherman Alexie and documents this inspiring journey which took place in 2016. Follow the participants as they build the dugout canoes, experience the physical and spiritual journey along the Columbia River, and finally their historic landing at Kettle Falls.

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
Included with museum admission
Every week through Jan 30, 2022.
Saturday: 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

2316 W 1st Ave
Spokane, Washington 99201
(509) 456-3931
visitorservices@northwestmuseum.org