What people are Saying

Such a personal, heart-wrenching dive into an area of social injustice that is consistently put on the back burner of American ineptitude. Strikingly moving and educationally exploratory at the same time, this movie should launch a societal unpacking of historical trauma.

A wonderful piece of information and necessary for Americans to be better educated about the continuous oppression among indigenous people.

A story that is desperately needed and can teach many people about something may may have no clue about.

This was an amazing educational and empathetic look into the lives of Native American people

I learned so much from this film and it made me want to take action.

This film offers the viewers information that explains the long-lasting effects of historical trauma on Native Americans without turning the Native Americans into victims.

Important exploration of an issue that can be projected onto other parts of society as well.

Very touching film with a strong and important message that people need to see.

Educating, awaking, and moving. A must see for all social workers.

An important film about the effects of historical trauma, the growing understanding of its impact, and the work that Native peoples are doing to heal their communities.

The film is grounded in reality

I think that it is one powerful documentary I have seen in quite a while primarily because I never had a chance to learn more about Native Americans and the trauma that is involved within this population.

It was a very engaging and educating experience. I hope it proves impactful and enduring.

It was hard to watch, but the stories must be told. Miigwetch to all who sent those voices!

This movie truly incompasses cultural differance and diversity going into the history, perspective's and education of trauma.

Poignant and essential to our fights for equality and equity.

The film was put together in a great manner with a powerful message.

the film was great, really translated the emotions of these people and how historical trauma really has impacted their way of life and culture.

I really enjoyed the film. It is very eye opening and I hope we can educate younger generations with this film.

It was powerful and moving while providing information that was new to me.

Overall, I really love the quality as well as the content.

Loved it, would like to see more films like this, thank you.

I thought the film was outstanding, I loved the way that they weaved in all of the story lines.

This film offers the viewers information that explains the long-lasting effects of historical trauma on Native Americans without turning the Native Americans into victims.

It would be wonderful if everyone could see and learn from this film....thanks for educating us!

excellent! should be part of mandatory cultural training for those in health care

More documentaries like these need to be made in NDN Country

Such an important topic. Moving, educational & thought provoking. Highly recommend “Dodging Bullets”.

This film should be required viewing in schools!

The film is fantastic!

I never knew that there were Indian Boarding Schools

The film is a must see for ANYONE who is interested in trauma, reconciliation, and restorative justice.

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