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Documentary film: Indigenous youth battle for abortion rights and access in South Dakota

As part of the Reproductive Justice Pan Canadian Day of Action, Young Lakota was screened at the 13th Annual ImagineNATIVE Film Festival in Toronto.

Young Lakota is a coming of age film about reproductive justice and Indigenous youth on the Pine Ridge reservation, during the battle ground for abortion rights and access in South Dakota.

Listen to an exclusive interview with Jessica Yee Danforth of the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, sponsors of Saturday's screening, Sunny Clifford, the main character in Young Lakota and co-directors Rose Rosenblatt and Marion Lipschutz.

For more info about the film go to: http://imaginenative.org/festival2012/node/1918

 

 

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