“Keep Talking” Film Screening and Panel Discussion
This event has ended. It was scheduled for 11/30/2017.
6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30Auditorium
Directed by Karen Weinberg, “Keep Talking” was shot in Kodiak and Anchorage over five years and follows the efforts of Alaska Native women as they work to preserve their endangered language. The film screening, in partnership with the Anchorage International Film Festival, will be followed by a panel discussion addressing issues of revitalization, historical trauma and recovery. Free; use the museum’s 7th Avenue entrance.
Roy Mitchell (Research Analyst at Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council)
Melissa Borton (Tribal Administrator at Native Village of Afognak)
Alisha Drabek (Executive Vice President of Afognak Native Corporation)
Karen Weinberg (co-producer of Keep Talking)
Candace Branson (co-teacher; featured in film)
Marya Halvorsen (co-teacher; featured in film)