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This week, eight screenings in cities across the country use film to foster dialogue and enhance awareness on a range of social issues.
Join the New Orleans Public Library for a free screening of Revolution ’67 as part of their Black History Celebration Film Series. For more information, call (504) 596-2598.
Join the Morgan County Archives for a screening of Homegoings. The event coincides with a display of African American funeral programs, mourning jewelry and mourning photographs. A panel discussion will accompany the film. For more information, please visit the Morgan County Archives website.
Richmond Friends Meeting and the Richmond Peace Education Center will host a screening of 5 Broken Cameras as the final in a series of four documentaries presented to encourage dialogue among members of the Richmond community. The film will be followed by a discussion. For more information, visit www.rpec.org/.
Join the Cineculture Club at Oklahoma State University for a screening of After Tiller, followed by a Skype Q&A with Dr. Sella, featured in the film. For more information, please call (405) 744-9455.
Join the College of Education at the University of Washington for a free screening of Of Civil Wrongs and Rights to honor Fred Korematsu’s life and legacy on his birthday. For more information, call (626) 512-3790.