Across the Creek explores both the unbridled dreams and the painful reality of Lakota people from South Dakota. In the face of unfathomable challenges, they are taking steps to better their lives. In Across the Creek, everyday heroes are turning around negative history and reclaiming traditional stories, visions and core values that once effectively guided healthy, productive tribal life. With few visible examples of positive action, the most powerful strategy is just walking the talk. Or, put another way, by crossing the creek.
As part of the PBS Public Square partners series and in recognizing the contributions made by Native Americans since long before our founding, you are cordially invited to a screening and discussion of
at the South Court Auditorium
Eisenhower Office Building
The White House
Monday, November 30
6pm film screening
Admission is free. Reservation is required. Space is limited.
**NOTE: All guests must reserve space HERE and submit a White House visitors form, which will be emailed upon RSVP.**
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