Screening of "Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian" Returns to NWU
The documentary will be screened at NWU on Friday, Feb. 3.

Nebraska Wesleyan will host the documentary, "Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian," on Friday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. A panel discussion with the filmmaker, an activist and a fetal alcohol syndrome advocate will follow.

Nebraska Wesleyan University will screen the documentary “Sober Indian, Dangerous Indian” on Friday, February 3.

The film follows the lives of three men and their families as they struggle to overcome alcohol addiction on the Pine Ridge Reservation in southwest South Dakota and the conflicting issue of alcohol sales and consumption in nearby Whiteclay, Neb.

A panel discussion will follow and will include film producer John Maisch, activist Frank LaMere, and fetal alcohol syndrome advocate Nora Bosem. Panelists will also share an update on efforts to close the Whiteclay liquor stores.

The screening begins at 7 p.m. will be held in Olin B Lecture Hall in the Olin Hall of Science, located one block east of 50th Street and St Paul Avenue. It is free and open to the public.

The screening is being hosted by NWU’s Social Work Department. For more information, call 402.465.7526.

For more information about the documentary, visit