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Screenings from coast to coast engage communities in conversation about a range of social issues.
Join the Clinton Street Theater for a free screening of Brother Outsider as part of their “Equality” Human Rights Campaign film series. For more information, please visit the Clinton Street Theater website.
Join the Madison Public Library’s Alicia Ashman Branch for a screening and informal discussion of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. This event is part of the series BOOM: Programs for older adults and baby boomers. For more information, visit the library’s Event Calendar.
Join the Civic Media Center for a free screening of Neurotypical, which will preceded by the short film, Autism in Love. For more information, please visit the Civic Media Center website.
Join the Waukesha Public Library for a free screening and discussion of The City Dark. The screening is part of Doughnuts & Documentaries, a new monthly documentary series hosted by Waukesha Public Library. Films on a variety of interesting and informative topics ranging from current issues to travel, nature and the world around us will be shown on the third Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am. After the film screening, those interested may stay to discuss the film’s topic.For more information, visit the Waukesha Public Library website.