Nour Nashville: Angry Inuk

Start: Saturday, November 19, 2022 3:30 PM

End: Saturday, November 19, 2022 5:30 PM

Nour Nashville is hosting the next screening: Angry Inuk. We will be raising money for Sovereign Iñupiat For A Living Arctic ( whose mission reads, "Sovereign Iñupiat for a Living Arctic’s mission is to create space for healthy communities, spiritually, mentally, and physically; fostering the connection between people, culture and land. We are empowered as frontline communities and those who have inherent connection with the land and what it provides."

Angry Inuk is a 2016 Inuit-themed feature-length documentary film written and directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril that defends the Inuit seal hunt, as the hunt is a vital means for Inuit to sustain themselves. Subjects in Angry Inuk include Arnaquq-Baril herself as well as Aaju Peter, an Inuit seal hunt advocate, lawyer and seal fur clothing designer who depends on the sealskins for her livelihood.

This film tackles the conflict between indigenous culture and capitalist expansion, overreach and infringement on indigenous land, and above all: indigenous sovereignty.

This event is free, and we recommend providing a donation to support their cause.

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