Magic Lantern Media

Alice and Kevin

  • Grade Level: Upper Elementary (4-6)-Adult
  • Subjects: Culture & Traditions, Identity & Citizenship, Governance, Rights, Policy & Politics
  • Produced By: Winnipeg Film Group
  • Year: 2017
  • Country: Canada
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 12m
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This indigenous Canadian film is about Alice who is in a race against time to get basic human rights for her son Kevin, who suffers from Cerebral-Palsy.  Alice became one of the first outspoken First Nations people in Canada to file a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. Her fight for her son may well end up bringing proper care to disabled people on reserves all over Canada, forever.

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