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Honour of All, The on DVD

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  • The Honour of All series is a powerful educational tool for use by all those interested in achieving the goal of sobriety, both as individuals and as communities. The DVD edition of this series contains all three documentaries on two disks:

    • Part 1: Narrated by Andy Chelsea, Chief of the Alkali Lake Indian Band, The Honour of All traces the origin and spread of alcoholism throughout Alkali Lake, right back to the fur trading days. Andy and his wife, Phyllis play their own roles in this film as they sought sobriety and courageously stood their ground against the persuasions of friends and family. This program sets out the steps Andy took as Chief to enable Band members to stop drinking and find a productive and healthy lifestyle.
    • Part 2: Part Two outlines the community development process that occurred at Alkali Lake as the community moved from alcoholism to sobriety. Various members of the Alkali Lake Indian Band discuss the past, the present and the future of their community. This is done in a way to provide other communities struggling with alcohol and drug abuse with some guidelines toward achieving their own sobriety.
    • Part 3: Part Three re-visits the Alkali Lake community, during a conference of North American Natives held 20 years after Phyllis and Andy took a stand against alcohol.
    View a printer friendly version of this page...Copyright Date: 1985 Length: 125 minutes Library Audience:
  • Young Adult
  • Family
  • General Interest
  • School Audience:
  • Secondary (10-12)
  • Univ./College
  • Adult Ed.
  • Subjects: Native North American Studies; Guidance and Health; Living Skills Formats Available:
  • DVD