Tracey Deer: Telling Indigenous Narratives Through Film

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Award-winning producer writer and director Tracey Deer discusses her first feature-length film "Beans," inspired by her own coming-of-age during the Oka Crisis in Quebec during the summer of 1990. Deer also discusses why fostering greater awareness, compassion, and solidarity towards Indigenous people is an important element of her work.
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