Today, there are aboriginal communities across the country that are making a difference. "A Life Worth Living" looks at the suicide issue amongst First Nations from a historical and cultural perspective and presents positive examples of native-run programs. We see aboriginal groups who incorporate traditional teachings and cultural values, raise suicide awareness through a cross-country walk, create youth programs and training the trainer workshops.
Produced by three-time winners of the American Indian Film Festival, "A Life Worth Living" is a powerful film that raises awareness about suicide, is hopeful, presents solutions without preaching, and generally brings this sensitive topic out into the open where it can be looked at with a clear vision.
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