10/20: We Don't Need a Map
Award-winning filmmaker Warwick Thornton returns to the Margaret Mead Film Festival with a documentary about the appropriation of an Indigenous symbol by white nationalists in Australia.Buy Tickets
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Fri Oct 20 6:30 PM
Margaret Mead Film Festival: We Don’t Need a Map
American Museum of Natural History, Upper West Side, Manhattan
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