Nebraska Wesleyan and the Nebraska Humanities Council will host a screening of the new critically-acclaimed documentary, "Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3."
Parts 2 & 3 of the three-part film series follows the Ioway Tribe through its hardships as they relocate, split, and face challenges to their traditions and culture to achieve successful land claims and self-determination.
The documentary features an interview with Nebraska Wesleyan University Professor Emeritus of History Ron Naugle who discusses the history of Indian boarding schools.
The free screening will be held in Olin A Lecture Hall, located in the Olin Hall of Science.
A reception and Q&A session with Naugle and filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle will follow the screening.
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