A Stolen Sister - Cheyenne Fox: The Wapikoni Indigenous Filmmakers Collection
Catalogue Number: WM0008EN
Producer: Wapikoni Mobile
Subject: Arts, Canadian History, Canadian Social Issues, Canadian Social Studies, Canadian World Studies, Career Education, Criminal Justice & Law, Current Events, Family Studies/Home Economics, First Nations Studies, Guidance, Health, History, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Music, Psychology, Social Issues, Social Media, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sociology, Tech/Voc, Women's Studies
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 4:42
Addresses the collective trauma affecting the First Nations of Canada caused by the missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. Through the story of Cheyenne's father, John, she points out the possibilities of healing the affected communities through the promotion of tradition, powwow dancing and spiritual teachings.
Debbie S. Mishibinijima is an Odawa/Potawatomi woman from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory. First and foremost, Debbie is a proud mother to her teenage daughter. She graduated with an Honours Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication Studies with Laurentian University. She also has a diploma from a Broadcast New Media program with Cambrian College. She previously worked at Wawatay Native Communications Society in Sioux Lookout and in Timmins as a newspaper reporter and multimedia producer. Her long-term vision is to use modern technology to promote and revitalize the Anishinaabemowin language.
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