Bring Her Home Film Screening – FREE!

The school I work at is offering a free screening of Bring Her Home, a documentary about three Indigenous women who fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives. It is located in the same building as the History Theater, across from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul.


Upper Mississippi Academy invites students, families and community members to a screening of Bring Her Home. Upper Mississippi Academy students will create a meal to be served during the event, a panel discussion will take place after the film.

BRING HER HOME follows three Indigenous women — an artist, an activist and a politician — as they work to vindicate and honor their relatives who are victims in the growing epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. As they face the lasting effects of historical trauma, each woman searches for healing while navigating the oppressive systems that brought about this very crisis. A trailer can be viewed here.

The event is free and open to the public, please reserve your spot here.

About Sandy Saline

As a life-long learner and teacher, I volunteer with Living Table as treasurer and working with technology.

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  1. If you happen to come to this information from some other place in the website and not from the Thursday Table Talk, it may help you to know that this event is Feb. 3 at 5:30.


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