The Gulf Story, Part 3 • SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 2)

The Gulf Story, Part 3 • SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 2)

Release date:

2011

Running time:

22 minutes

Formats:

Available on DVD

Closed Captioned:

Yes

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Part of the SAMAQAN: Water Stories series 2

This documentary is one of thirteen in SAMAQAN: Water Stories, Series Two, continuing the exploration of water from the perspective of North America's Indigenous people. Through an examination of dangers posed by the energy sector, six programs in this series illustrate that in a sustainable world, oil and water do not mix.

It visits the Houma First Nation in Louisiana and the city of New Orleans where a chef comments on the impact the oil continues to have on seafood, a traditional staple for people in the area. The people in the bayous of Louisiana are a unique blend of French and African immigrants, along with the local Indigenous population. Often called Creole, their ancestors include Acadians expelled from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Proud of their culture and its cuisine, they were strongly affected by the Gulf Oil spill.

 

Titles included in this series:

Khalalesla: Ground Zero in the Battle Against Enbridge Northern (22 minutes)
Khalalesla: The Wake of the Tankers (22 mintues)
Letter from Athabasca (22 mintues)
The Gulf Story, Part 1 (22 mintues)
The Gulf Story, Part 2 (22 mintues)
Wild Rice (22 mintues)
Ooligan (22 mintues)
Water Walk, Part 1 (22 mintues)
Water Walk, Part 2 (22 mintues)
Water Walk, Part 3 (22 mintues)
Water Walk, Part 4 (22 mintues)
Water Walk, Part 5 (22 mintues)

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SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 1--13 parts)

SAMAQAN: Water Stories (Series 1--13 parts)

North America's Indigenous people have always had a sacred relationship with water. This series shows their perspective on a most precious resource––a resource to be protected, not a commodity to be exploited.

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