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Honour of All, The: Part I

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  • Honour of All on DVD
  • 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.

    While The Honour of All dramatically portrays the painfully slow road back to sobriety, it gives hope and inspiration to Native people and all people affected by alcoholism. We see the importance of community support, love and forgiveness and how individual lives can be reclaimed.

    All three parts of The Honour of All are available as a set.

    View a printer friendly version of this page...Copyright Date: 1985 Length: 56 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:
  • VHS Tape
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