Thursday, June 11, 2015



"Bridging content creation and social justice issues, this curated selection of socially relevant short films precedes a public dialogue among noted artists, activists and educators. In the age of ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬, mass die-ins and other new forms of activism spreading among millennials and communities of color, ‪#‎BlackLifeBlackProtest‬ looks at the ways in which film and digital content can be used as an effective tool for social change. The event includes a screening of socially relevant short films exploring themes of police violence, implicit bias, black identity and human rights by some of the most compelling voices in film today, followed by a public dialogue with noted artists, activists and educators."

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