TULSA — The Navajo Nations has more coronavirus cases and death per capita than any state in the United States.
In order to draw more attention and relief to the Navajo Nations, Tulsa's Circle Cinema is teaming up with filmmaker Blackhorse Lowe to present free virtual screenings of Lowe's film, "Fukry."
TO DONATE: Navajo Nationa Relief Fund
The virtual screenings began on May 15 and will run through Thursday, May 21.
The free virtual screenings allows audience members to give to the Navajo Nations COVID-19 relief funds.
"Fukry" is a romantic comedy set in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The film is about a group of Native American men and woman and their trials of love.
Although the virtual screening is free, Circle Cinema and Lowe hope the audience will donate to the Navajo Nation Relief Funds.
Below is the link to watch "Fukry" and to donate to the Navajo Nation Relief Funds:
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