About this Event
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The film shows his family’s fight for justice and their struggle against systemic racism that ended in acquittal of the man who killed Colten.
The screening will be followed by conversations with panelists Doug Cuthand, journalist and independent Filmmaker, and Chief George Cote.
wo screenings of the award willing film ‘We Will Stand Up’ directed by Tasha Hubbard with panelist Doug Cuthand & Chief George Cote .
The Yorkton Community Forum will be moderated by the E.D of MCoS Rhonda Rosenberg. The first screening will begin at 1:30 p.m. Second at 7:00 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes before the screening in order to comply with the COVID-19 protocols. Attendees are asked to use the entrance facing Broadway Street West. Attendees will be asked COVID-19 screening questions and be temperature checked. The viewing will take place in the Regency Ballroom on the lower level.
Partners for this Forum include East Central New Comer Welcome Centre Inc., City of Yorkton, Community Development , Parks & Recreation, The National Film Board, The Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours (SIGN), Yorkton Film Festival and Parkland Valley Sport Culture & Recreation District