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The children / RedCloud Studios Inc. ; produced in association with Aboriginal Peoples Television Network ; producer, Geoff Ewart, Jennifer Podemski ; created by Jennifer Podemski, Kris Nahrgang.

Podemski, Jennifer, (director,, producer.). Ewart, Geoff, (producer.). Fox, Sarain, (host.). Nahrgang, Kris, (host.). Desrosiers, Gabe, 1963- (on-screen participant,, translator.). Blackstock, Cindy, (on-screen participant.). Hill, Roberta, 1951- (on-screen participant.). Whitlow, Paula, (on-screen participant.). Segalowitz, Nina, (on-screen participant.). Podemski, Tamara, (screenwriter.). Labrecque, Lucas K., (director of photography.). Sit, Ian, (editor of moving image work.). Kanatakta, Raven, (composer.). McIntyre Media Inc., (film distributor.). RedCloud Studios Inc., (production company.). Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, (production company.). White Pine Pictures. (Added Author).
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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 video file (22 min., 02 sec.)) : sound, color, digital
  • Publisher: [Barrie, ON] : RedCloud Studios Inc., [2018]
  • Distributor: [Orangeville, ON] : McIntyre Media Inc.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Title from opening credits.
Duration: approximately 22 minutes.
Includes segment "Anishinaabe teaching with Gabe Desrosiers" in Ojibwe, with English subtitles.
"Developed with the assistance of White Pine Pictures."--End credits.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Director, Jennifer Podemski ; writer, Tamara Podemski ; director of photography, Lucas K. Labrecque ; editor, Ian Sit ; composer, Raven Kanatakta ; Ojibwe translation, Gabe Desrosiers.
Participant or Performer Note:
Kris Nahrgang, Sarain Fox, Cindy Blackstock, Roberta Hill, Paula Whitlow, Nina Segalowitz, Gabe Desrosiers.
Summary, etc.:
"Our hosts, Kris and Sarain travel to the nation's capitol to speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. They continue their journey at the Woodland Cultural Centre where Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. Sarain and Kris are given a tour by Executive Director Paula Withrow and learn about the?Save the Evidence? program at the museum. They drive to Montreal to visit with 60's Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz and hear her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out."--Provider's description.
System Details Note:
Online video.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note:
Online video expiry February 28, 2022.
Language Note:
Closed-captioned in English.
In English and Ojibwe, with some subtitles in English.
Subject: Off-reservation boarding schools > Canada.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > Residential schools.
Indigenous children > Crimes against > Canada.
Indigenous children > Canada > History.
Indian children > Institutional care > Canada.
Indian children > Crimes against > Canada.
Abused Indian children > Canada.
Ojibwa Indians.
Identity (Psychology)
Indigenous peoples > Canada > Ethnic identity.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > History.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > Ethnic identity.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > History.
Indigenous children > Abuse of > Canada.
Native peoples > Canada > Residential schools.
Native peoples > Canada > History.
Native peoples > Canada > Ethnic identity.
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