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Sunday
06
MAY

Anti-Racism Film Festival

13:30
21:00

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We are proud to offer this film festival at a time when conflict around race, religion, and class threaten to divide us. We offer this Festival in hopes of creating greater tolerance and collaboration as we build a community that is strong, healthy and respectful of differences. Facilitated discussion to follow films. FREE CHILD CARE will be available.

SCHEDULE

1:30PM-"Whose Streets?" A raw unflinching look at present-day race relations and the Fergusson uprising..........told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for Justice. Discussion Leader: Carl McCargo.

4:15pm-"I Am Not Your Negro" Historical perspective of race relations in America from the 60's to the present. Winner of many awards. Discussion Leader: Momodou Sarr.

6:30pm-Supper- A nourishing supper cooked by our favorite chef from the Stone Soup Cafe. Vegan and gluten-free options. Sliding scale donation $4-$10. No one will be turned away.

7:30pm-"Wind River" A powerful thriller that follows an FBI agent and a game warden who investigate the mysterious killing of a local girl on a remote Native American reservation. Mature and violent subject matter. Viewer discretion advised. Only 16 years and above. Discussion Leader: Strong Oak.

NOTE: FILM START TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE TIMES.