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The premiere of a Rocky Mountain PBS work-in-progress documentary, which includes in the film members of the University of Northern Colorado’s Native American Student Services (NASS), will be 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Panorama Room of the University Center, intersection of 10th Avenue and 20th Street. To RSVP to attend the screening, open to the public free of charge, contact Pat Dlug at (970) 351-1909 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 9, or RSVP online at http://www.rmpbs.org/uncscreening. Free parking will be available in lots north and south of the University Center. Before the screening, the public is also invited to the annual Thanksgiving is Everyday dinner, 5-6:30 p.m. at the Kohl House, 924 20th Street. NASS director Solomon Little Owl, along with students and staff from the cultural center, were interviewed for the hour-long documentary titled Urban Rez. The film explores the history and modern-day effects of 1950s policies that encouraged American Indians to leave their homelands to relocate to urban areas across the country, including Denver. A film crew also followed NASS on its annual buffalo hunt on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana. Rocky Mountain PBS director Lisa D. Olken is scheduled to attend the screening and answer audience questions. The event is sponsored by Rocky Mountain PBS, KUNC 91.5 FM and UNC. The finished documentary is scheduled to air on Rocky Mountain PBS in May 2013 and will have national PBS distribution in fall 2013. Rocky Mountain PBS Each week, nearly 900,000 people throughout Colorado turn to Rocky Mountain PBS to discover inspiring local, national and international programming; find diverse viewpoints; score front row center seats to world-class performances; and experience lifelong learning opportunities. Rocky Mountain PBS celebrates its 56th anniversary on the air this year. The network began in Denver in 1956 as Colorado’s first public television station. It is now Colorado’s only statewide television network, with stations in Denver (KRMA), Pueblo/Colorado Springs (KTSC), Steamboat Springs (KRMZ), Grand Junction (KRMJ) and Durango (KRMU). To learn more, visit rmpbs.org. KUNC 91.5 FM KUNC is an NPR-affiliate station that serves listeners along the Front Range at 91.5 FM, 102.7 in Boulder, and 91.7 in Golden and the west metro area, along with a network of stations and translators around the state including Breckenridge, Buena Vista, Grand County, Haxtun/Holyoke, Julesburg/Ovid, Leadville, Morgan County, North Park, Salida, Steamboat Springs Sterling, Vail/Minturn & Eagle Valley, Wray, and Yuma. University of Northern Colorado The University of Northern Colorado enrolls more than 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students studying in a broad array of programs in education, the arts, sciences, humanities and business. The UNC experience combines a solid liberal arts foundation, relevant professional coursework, innovative technology and real-world experiences to prepare students for a life of learning. Visit http://www.unco.edu for more information. -30-