In this superbly crafted documentary, Maracle tells the story of the Two Row Wampum, considered to be the most important diplomatic instrument in Mohawk (Haudenosaunee) history recognizing the co-existence between First Nations and settlers’ sovereignty and ecological stewardship. Four hundred years later, however, this treaty – among many others – has not been honoured and a strong Indigenous mobilization is rising across North America in reaction. Maracle’s formidable documentary revisits this agreement and examines the Indigenous response to this broken agreement.
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