Two Rivers

DVD, 57 min.
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Two Rivers describes how a group of White Settlers in the town of Twisp, Washington decided to intentionally learn the Indigenous history of the place they were living in, and from that place of learning, strike up real relationships with the local Native American community. Settlers and Indigenous peoples narrate the struggles of how they come together, including a public gathering which acknowledged the fracture between the communities and the need for restorative justice.

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