We Can't Eat Gold: Film Screening

We Can't Eat Gold: Film Screening
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This is a past event

This film investigates the potential consequences of the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska, for the Bristol Bay Natives and their symbiotic relationship with the salmon that have fed and sustained their communities for 350 generations (45 minutes).

"With the upcoming decision regarding the future of the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay.  Tucker felt that the story from the perspective of the Bristol Bay natives needed to be heard and that the people of Salmonstock would want to hear it.." Joseph Miller Bristol Bay Times.

The film screening will be followed by a public discussion.

Learn more about the film at: wecanteatgold.net

Hosted by
The Northern Colonialism Programme, The North esearch theme, University of Aberdeen
Venue
Room 314, MacRobert Building, University of Aberdeen
Contact

Marionne Cronin (marionne.cronin@abdn.ac.uk)

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