Six Nations Tourism Presents Movie Monday: Justice Denied
Date: March 29 @ 7PM
Admission by Donation

This month, “Justice Denied” by director Paul Cowan, is the Six Nations Tourism selection for April’s #MovieMonday.

Donald Marshall, Jr, a Micmac Indian, was only seventeen when he was sentenced to life imprisonment for a murder he did not commit. He spent eleven years in a maximum-security prison until, by a series of bizarre coincidences, the real murderer was discovered. Based on the true story of this tragic and controversial case, as recorded in the best-selling book by Michael Harris, Justice Denied is a searing indictment of “white man’s justice” that traces the dramatic events leading to Marshall’s arrest, his trial and nightmarish prison ordeal.

Admission is by donation, and refreshments and popcorn will be provided. Don’t forget to bring your refillable water bottle, or purchase your very own from Six Nations Tourism.

Movie Summary
Donald Marshall, an Indigenous man, is imprisoned for a murder he didn’t commit.

Showing will be at the Gathering Place by the Grand, with doors opening at 6:30PM. Arrive early to get the best seat.