Blood Memory

Directed by Drew Nicholas
107 min

The United States has a dark history of Indigenous family separation and assimilation policies. Despite passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 – a law intended to keep tribal communities intact – Native American families continue to be torn apart through biased, often controversial, child removal practices. This revealing and heartbreaking documentary follows an adoption survivor advocating to break the silence surrounding the era of child removal into boarding schools and white families and the ongoing policies. Director Drew Nicholas scheduled to attend.


Sunday, November 3, 4:00 pm, Studio C
Wednesday, November 6, 4:00 pm, Studio C


General admission - $10.50
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5

Advance tickets & reserved seating start 10/15 at, click Studio C!