Film series that looks at life an Indigenous person living in an urban setting is coming to Sudbury

Morning North

The N'Swakomok Native Friendship Centre in Sudbury is hosting a film series with documentaries that highlight what it's like to be an Indigenous person living in an urban setting. One of the films was produced locally. Kelly-Lee Assinewe is the alternative school coordinator for the N'Swakomok Native Friendship Centre. She spoke in more detail about the films and the event with the CBC's Angela Gemmill.

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