Slavery. Jim Crow. Criminalization. Links in a chain of racial inequality, forged by political and economic motives. In this thought-provoking documentary by Ava DuVernay, scholars, activist, and politicians analyze the criminalization of African-American and Black individuals and the U.S. Prison Boom.
The film will be screened at 7pm and a dialogue led by the Brothers 4 Brothers exec board will immediately follow.
Submitted on behalf of the Inclusion, Cultural Fluency, and Global Citizenship Committee.
As we continue to address the challenges of inclusion, cultural fluency, and global citizenship and what they will mean for Ithaca College, we invite you to save the date - Monday, February 27th from 3pm to 6pm in the Klingenstein Lounge - and to participate in conversations that matter.
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