Sat, Sep 09|
Queens Public Library at Hunters Point
Indigenous Voices Film Program for the Climate
Ofrenda Fest and Queens Public Library at Hunters Point are proud to present the "Indigenous Voices Film Program for the Climate", featuring a collection of 20 short films from around the world. The films are narrated through the eyes of indigenous people around the world.
Time & Location
Sep 09, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Queens Public Library at Hunters Point, 47-40 Center Blvd, Queens, NY 11109, USA
About the event
With the recent climate crisis and environmental destruction around the world, it has never been more important to listen to the voices of those who have traditionally lived in harmony with nature. These films offer a unique and valuable perspective on our relationship with the world around us, and provide a glimpse into the wisdom and knowledge of indigenous cultures.
The Indigenous Voices Film Program for the Climate is a celebration of the diverse and vibrant cultures of indigenous people, showcasing their stories and experiences in a powerful and thought-provoking way. The films cover a range of topics, from traditional knowledge and practices to modern-day challenges and solutions.
Join us for this special event and discover how we can all learn from indigenous cultures and take action to protect our planet.
Saturday September 9th 2pm at Queens Public Library at Hunters Point 47-40 Center Blvd, Queens, NY 11109. FREE