Mohawk, Haida, Maliseet, and Ojibwe women have stepped forward as leaders in some of the most important struggles faced by First Nations people in this century. The voices of these "warrior women" have resonated from Oka, Québec to the Queen Charlotte Islands, BC; Tobique, New Brunswick to Toronto, Ontario. Christine Welsh travels to meet women who share powerful stories of personal and collective courage.
Award(s): Kathleen Shannon Award, Yorkton International Film and Video Festival
Also available as a 16mm print with advanced notice.