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“REZONOMICS” Documentary Premiere – Sunday, December 11, 2005 at Colorado State University Cinema

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Village Earth, CSU’s department of Anthropology, and Reflexive Films will be premiering “Rezonomics” a documentary on the eclectic and inventive survival strategies of residents of one of the most impoverished and marginalized areas of the United States, the Pine Ridge Reservation, SD. The 49 minute film will be premiering at 7:00pm at the Lory Student Center Cinema on the Campus of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Co. Immediately following the film will be a panel discussion with the filmakers, residents from the Pine Ridge Reservation, and Dr. Kathleen Pickering, Professor of Anthropology at CSU. Advanced tickets can be purchased for $5.00 at the Student Center Box office, by calling Village Earth in Fort Collins at 970-491-5754. All proceeds go to support Village Earth’s projects on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

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