Join Chhange and the New Jersey Social Justice Remembrance Coalition for a Q&A with Frances Causey, former CNN Senior Producer and Emmy-Award winning director of The Long Shadow. The film follows Frances as she traces her family’s legacy of slaveholding and white privilege, placing it in the context of the history of anti-black racism in the United States continuing to impact our society today. Causey’s films have been seen on Netflix, PBS, and The History Channel, and her TED talk continues to reach audiences worldwide. Screen the film for free here at any time beginning September 29: http://thelongshadowfilm.com/chhange/. Then join for the discussion and Q&A
* The Civility Week Student Activity Card enables students to earn raffle tickets for event attendance. Cards are available for pick-up in SLC-105, stamped at in-person events, and an honor system is used to self-stamp at remote live events. Cards should be returned to SLC-105 at the end of Civility Week. Raffle winners will be contacted via email to collect gift certificates and Brookdale gear!
Presented by Dr. Sara Brown, Director of the Center for Holocaust, Human Rights and Genocide Education
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