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During the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences: Reckonings & Re-Imaginings there will be a screening of VeRONAka and Rahyne. These two films were created as companion speculative art spaces to explore intersections between identity, naming relationships and healing.

VeRONAka – is a ten-minute fictional live-action comedy/drama that explores the true story that our Mohawk clan mother gave COVID-19 a Mohawk name so we can be in relationship with the virus, understand why it is here and ask it to leave

Rahyne – is a ten-minute animated film about an Afro-Indigenous non-binary teen whose identity is united through two water spirits.

This is a paid event.


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