We will highlight four stories through film to observe Women's History Month in March.
On March 11 we will watch the documentary film The Spirit of Sacajawea. The only woman and the only Native American to travel with the Lewis and Clark expedition, Sacajawea is one of the most revered women in American history. Yet her story has been romanticized and often misinterpreted by non-natives. The Spirit of Sacajawea examines the many controversies of her life, how her tribes were impacted, and how they are surviving today. Please join us for this free one-time screening thanks to the gracious permission granted by Naka Productions, the producer of the film.
Produced in 2007. 60 minutes long.
For more biographical information about Sacajawea or Sacagewea please visit the biography databases on our website. Use your library card number and PIN number to access them. http://www.cobbcat.org/e-library/biography.html
More information can be found in the history databases found on the website http://www.cobbcat.org/e-library/history.html
Monday, March 25, 2013
Marietta, GA 30060
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