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‘We Shall Remain’ preview and discussion

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SEATTLE – Join KCTS 9, SIFF, and the Seattle Office for Civil Rights April 1 at 7 p.m. for a special community preview and discussion of “We Shall Remain,” a five-part documentary series premiering on KCTS 9 April 13 at 9 p.m. that revisits moments in United States history from the perspective of Native Americans, including the first Thanksgiving, Tecumseh, the Trail of Tears and Wounded Knee.

Russell Means, (“Last of the Mohicans”) actor and Native American rights activist, will share his insights on this series during a discussion following the screening, as will Oscar-nominated producer Sharon Grimberg and Comanche filmmaker Juliana Brannum. Grimberg, Executive Producer of “We Shall Remain,” has received numerous accolades including Peabody Awards, Primetime Emmys and Writers Guild Awards. Brannum, co-produced the final installment of the series titled “Wounded Knee,” which will be shown at this event.

This event is free, but seating is limited. Reservations are required; call (800) 362-6463 or e-mail SIFF Cinema is located at 321 Mercer St., in the Nelsholm Family Lecture Hall on the lower level of Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at Seattle Center in the heart of Seattle’s theatre district.

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