In honor of National Indigenous History Month, Indigenous Student Services and Social Inc. are offering Weekly Film Recommendations.
All Mohawk College students have free access to this film through the library catalogue.
Film: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (2017)
This powerful documentary about the role of Native Americans in contemporary music history-featuring some of the greatest music stars of our time-exposes a critical missing chapter, revealing how Indigenous musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives and, through their contributions, influenced popular culture.
Watch Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (102 min)
With a pandemic that is threatening to take our elders, Sarain Fox sits with her oldest Matriarch, Mary Bell, to gather her stories and preserve her cultural legacy.
Did you know?
There are about 1.4 million people of Indigenous ancestry in Canada, referring to three distinct cultural groups of original inhabitants: First Nations (status and non-status Indians), Metis (a culture born of the mixing of elements of First Nations and European settlers) and Inuit (peoples from far northern territories).
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