GENRE: Documentary LENGTH: 60 min LANGUAGE: Spanish with English subtitles AVAILABLE TERRITORIES: Worldwide AVAILABLE RIGHTS: All Media Rights YEAR: 2018
SYNOPSIS: From Saskatchewan to Guatemala, discover the connection between the indigenous beliefs of many Latin American immigrants and the Canadian First Nations. Adjunct Professor, Global Chair at University of Regina, LeonzoBarreno, came to Canada in 1989 to study at the First Nations University of Canada. Join him on his personal journey from Guatemala to Saskatchewan to uncover the similarities between these two groups, how the Europeans influenced their lives, the importance of education for the new generation, the respect for elder leaders, and their deep bond with the land.
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