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|Documentary Screening at Station 40: Kanesetake: 270 Years of Resistance|
|Date||Thursday May 10|
|Time||8:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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3030 B 16th Street San Francisco
Cross street mission
|station40.events [at] gmail.com|
|Address||3030 B 16th Street and Mission|
The Oka Crisis was a burial ground land dispute between
the Kanesetake community of Mohawk people and the town
of Oka, Quebec in 1990. The armed conflict lasted 78 days.
This film gives the First Nation's account of what happened during the occupation and the events following.