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November 9, 2011

Lawrence Carota: Crude Sacrifice

UW Aboriginal Student Council, Gallery 1C03, Cinema Politica, and the UWSA 
present a film screening of:

Crude Sacrifice
Lawrence Carota / CA / 2011 / 52 min / English
Tuesday, November 15 · 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, University of Winnipeg

Crude Sacrifice looks at how one northern community, Fort Chipewyan, 
is affected by the exploitation of Canada's rich Tar Sands development, 
and how Canada is dealing with their concerns. 
The health of the land and the people living near the world's largest construction 
project is discussed by leading scientists and the Aboriginal Peoples. 
Although this town is located near the earth's second largest fresh water delta, 
they can no longer drink the water, or eat the fish and other game food which 
has sustained them for thousands of years. 

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