Reconciliation Movie Night: Jim Settee, The Way Home

Jim Settee: The Way Home

An evening of film, storytelling, and Reconciliation awareness

October 13, 7 pm – 10 pm
at 2221 Hanselman Court (the Learning Disabilities Association)

In 2009, Métis filmmaker Jeanne Corrigal completed a film for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN), celebrating the remarkable story of a Saskatchewan Cree Elder, historian, tracker and mentor, and his universal teachings:

A desperate rescue team calls Jim Settee after an unsuccessful 3 day search for a lost boy. Fifty years later, the filmmaker’s own search for what happened on that day leads her into our universal quest for home, and her own personal homecoming. This is the story of Jim’s remarkable life, a story of transformation for those he touched, and a map for all people on our journeys ‘home’.

Since 2009, Jeanne has offered Jim’s wisdom in every school division in Saskatchewan, to over 35,000 students, teachers, and general adult audiences.

For Jeanne, one of the important backstories of this film is how Jim’s teachings connect with our Insight Meditation teachings – Jim was one of Jeanne’s first teachers in loving presence.

On this special evening, she will offer Jim’s message of reconciliation and understanding amongst all peoples, in our journey home to peace and connection. Our sangha values of community and harmony coincide with Reconciliation Canada’s vision of ‘revitalizing the relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians…through conversation about our diverse histories and experiences.’

The evening will begin this beautiful conversation in our sangha, and include stories, film, education regarding Indigenous history, discussion, and some meditation. All are welcome! For those new to the Reconciliation movement, please bring your questions and curiosity. For those of our sangha who are currently working for Reconciliation, please bring your experience and presence.

“We are all one people. We are all one nation. We are all one colour if we try.”
– All One People, by Joseph Naytowhow; from the soundtrack of Jim Settee: The Way Home

It is helpful for us to have a sense of numbers, so thank you for registering at
http://saskatooninsight.com/forms/view.php?id=25030
And, if you are able to come at the last minute, please do so without registering

LDAS is a fragrance free facility.
Please refrain from wearing scent or using scented products, to assist those with allergies.

There is no charge to attend this event; there will be a basket for those who are able to contribute to facility rental.

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