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‘Young Lakota’ to be presented in Pablo, Arlee, Elmo

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News from CSKT Community Empowerment Program

PABLO — The Adeline Mathias Endowment and the CSKT Community Empowerment Program will present three Flathead Reservation screenings of “Young Lakota,” a documentary on real life political issues focused on women's rights and tribal awareness. Everyone is invited to participate in these free screenings scheduled for Dec. 10, 11 and 12 in Pablo, Arlee and Elmo.

The program begins at 6 p.m. with light refreshments, and the show starts at 6:30 p.m. On Tuesday, Dec. 10, the film will be shown in the SKC Johnny Arlee /Victor Charlo Theater; Wednesday, Dec. 11, Arlee Community Center; and Thursday, Dec. 12 at the Elmo Community Center.

This film depicts an actual account of tribal politics with a very powerful message for the tribal electorate. 

The Adeline Mathias Endowment supports Indian and women's rights advocacy and hopes to inspire Get Out The Vote in the General election.

“Young Lakota” is a great primer for a political awakening on the Flathead Reservation. Everyone is invited, admission is free, but nonperishable food donations for local food pantries will be accepted. 

For more information on the film, visit www.incite-pictures.com/in-production. For screenings, call Velda or Pearl at (406) 207-4626.‘Young Lakota’ to be presented in Pablo, Arlee, Elmo

News from CSKT Community Empowerment Program

PABLO — The Adeline Mathias Endowment and the CSKT Community Empowerment Program will present three Flathead Reservation screenings of “Young Lakota,” a documentary on real life political issues focused on women's rights and tribal awareness. Everyone is invited to participate in these free screenings scheduled for Dec. 10, 11 and 12 in Pablo, Arlee and Elmo.

The program begins at 6 p.m. with light refreshments, and the show starts at 6:30 p.m. On Tuesday, Dec. 10, the film will be shown in the SKC Johnny Arlee /Victor Charlo Theater; Wednesday, Dec. 11, Arlee Community Center; and Thursday, Dec. 12 at the Elmo Community Center.

This film depicts an actual account of tribal politics with a very powerful message for the tribal electorate. 

The Adeline Mathias Endowment supports Indian and women's rights advocacy and hopes to inspire Get Out The Vote in the General election.

“Young Lakota” is a great primer for a political awakening on the Flathead Reservation. Everyone is invited, admission is free, but nonperishable food donations for local food pantries will be accepted. 

For more information on the film, visit www.incite-pictures.com/in-production. For screenings, call Velda or Pearl at (406) 207-4626.

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