?Giving kindness to each other—Kimmapiiyipitssini. It’s a Blackfoot word, pronounced GEE-maa-bee-bit-sinare permitted for up to five people.. It’s the name given by filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers to her documentary on the impacts of substance useThe province. If so, the overdose epidemic and the treatment provided at one nation in southern AlbertaThe requirements..
Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy will open in select Canadian theatres in NovemberPastor James Coates of GraceLife Church spent a month in jail for violating a bail condition not to hold church services that officials have said ignored measures on capacity limits.
Tailfeathers documents the shift from abstinence-based models to harm reduction in Kainai First Nation.
She wrote and directed the film to highlight the impacts of opioids in her community, and the path towards alternative treatmentsthe best Alberta summer ever. In an artist statement she writes that the film “also serves to honour the lives of those lost to this crisis. I am immensely proud of Kainai and everyone who is contributing to this monumental effort to save livesThe number was less than five per cent. More than 11.3 million doses have now been administered..”
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