Sharon Day is an Anishinaabe elder and the leader of the Nibi (Water) Walks, an extended ceremony to heal and honor water. She has led several long-distance water walks throughout the United States and has walked the entire length of the Mississippi River, the Ohio River, the Missouri River, the Great Lakes, and several small tributaries, creeks, and streams. The short film follows Sharon as she walks along tributaries of the Mississippi River in northern Minnesota.



Nibi Walk

2020 US 4 min
Festival Year: 2020
Director: Keely Kernan
Types: Documentary, Short
Topic: Freshwater & Oceans, Indigenous Voices