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Friday March 5, 2021 to Tuesday March 9, 2021

Saturday March 06, 2021 1 Event

North Knoxville Community Cleanup

Keep Knoxville Beautiful
Date: Saturday March 6, 2021
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Keep Knoxville Beautiful
Address: 105A Northview Street, Knoxville, TN, 37919
Category: Other
The community wide North Knoxville Cleanup will be held on Saturday, March 6th from 9 am to12 pm. The event home base will be at Edgewood Park, located at 3109 Ocoee Trail Knoxville, TN 37917.

We are looking for individuals, neighborhood groups, businesses, and more to participate! There are three volunteer options, two to sign up as an individual, and one to sign up as a group.

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Sunday March 07, 2021 1 Event

Southern Circuit Film "Warrior Women"

Film "Warrior Women" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Sunday March 7, 2021 through Wednesday March 10, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers Warrior Women

Available to view for 4 days. Free screening.

Screening and Q&A with Director, Producers Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle.

Warrior Women is the story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one such AIM leader who shaped a kindred group of activists’ children – including her daughter Marcy – into the “We Will Remember” Survival School as a Native alternative to government-run education. Together, Madonna and Marcy fought for Native rights in an environment that made them more comrades than mother-daughter. Today, with Marcy now a mother herself, both are still at the forefront of Native issues, fighting against the environmental devastation of the Dakota Access Pipeline and for Indigenous cultural values.

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Monday March 08, 2021 1 Event

Southern Circuit Film "Warrior Women"

Film "Warrior Women" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Sunday March 7, 2021 through Wednesday March 10, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers Warrior Women

Available to view for 4 days. Free screening.

Screening and Q&A with Director, Producers Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle.

Warrior Women is the story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one such AIM leader who shaped a kindred group of activists’ children – including her daughter Marcy – into the “We Will Remember” Survival School as a Native alternative to government-run education. Together, Madonna and Marcy fought for Native rights in an environment that made them more comrades than mother-daughter. Today, with Marcy now a mother herself, both are still at the forefront of Native issues, fighting against the environmental devastation of the Dakota Access Pipeline and for Indigenous cultural values.

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Tuesday March 09, 2021 1 Event

Southern Circuit Film "Warrior Women"

Film "Warrior Women" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Sunday March 7, 2021 through Wednesday March 10, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers Warrior Women

Available to view for 4 days. Free screening.

Screening and Q&A with Director, Producers Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle.

Warrior Women is the story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one such AIM leader who shaped a kindred group of activists’ children – including her daughter Marcy – into the “We Will Remember” Survival School as a Native alternative to government-run education. Together, Madonna and Marcy fought for Native rights in an environment that made them more comrades than mother-daughter. Today, with Marcy now a mother herself, both are still at the forefront of Native issues, fighting against the environmental devastation of the Dakota Access Pipeline and for Indigenous cultural values.

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