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Anti-Racism Film Series with Dr. Tara Hayes

Anti-Racism Film Series with Dr. Tara Hayes Online

As part of the City of Huntington Woods anti-racism plan, we invite you to join us for a film discussion with series with Dr. Tara Hayes, the Book & Film Club Professor. Anti-racism education allows us to stand as effective allies. Intended as an opportunity for learning and deepening our understanding, we aim to create a respectful dialogue focused on helping participants become effective allies.

To participate, screen the film in advance of the discussion and then join us at 6:30 pm via Zoom. Please register for each program and a meeting link will be emailed prior to the meeting. Each has been paired with a chapter from Dr. Kendi’s best-selling How to Be an AntiRacist. Participants are encouraged to read it in its entirety.

February 24 Daughters of the Dust, 1991 -  Chapter 5: "Ethnicity"

March 24 Mudbound, 2017 - Chapter 12: "Class"

April 28 Clemency, 2019 - Chapter 16: "Failure"

May will be the kickoff to an arc of films about film. 

May 26 8 1/2, 1963

Date:
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Time:
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Categories:
  Adult Program  
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