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PBPN Hosts '100 Years' Director Melinda Janko for Film Screenings

MAYETTA, Kansas, Feb. 5 -- The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, a federally-recognized Native American tribe, issued the following news:

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- $27.5 billion fraud, corruption and institutional incompetence revealed in the documentary film "100 Years" as Elouise Cobell, a modern day hero, takes on the U.S. government in largest class action lawsuit ever battled

- One Woman's 30-year Fight for the Rights of Native Americans Following 100+ Years of . . .

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Michelle Simon, media relations specialist, 785/966-3920, michellesimon@pbpnation.org