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“Imagining the Indian” Film Screening

“Imagining the Indian” Film Screening

Join Levine Museum for a special edition of our Southern Accents series with a screening of Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting, an award-winning documentary that examines the movement that is ending the use of Native American names, logos, and mascots in the world of sports and beyond.

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ABOUT THE FILM:
Imagining the Indian details the current uprising against the misappropriation of Native culture in a national reckoning about racial injustice that has succeeded in the removal of Confederate imagery, toppling statues of Christopher Columbus and forcing corporate sponsors of Washington’s NFL team to demand it change its most-offensive name. It examines the origin and proliferation of the words, images, and gestures that many Native people and their allies find offensive. Imagining the Indian explores the impact that stereotyping and marginalization of Native history have had on Native people. It chronicles the long social movement to eliminate mascoting.

 


Location:

Independent Picture House – 4237 Raleigh St, Charlotte, NC 28213

Admission:

$12.00

Parking: 

Free public parking is available on site.

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Date

Jun 22, 2024

Time

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Independent Picture House
4237 Raleigh Street  Charlotte NC, 20213
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