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What is this thing called “Race”? – Beyond Allies: Becoming Anti-Racist in a “Post-Racial” Society – 2/24/16 YWCA *nyc — A LeaderFULL Movement – (Re)claiming the Civil Rights Story

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This year, our Black History Month theme is A LeaderFULL Movement – (Re)claiming the Civil Rights Story. Our continental breakfast panel, Beyond Allies:  Becoming Anti-Racist in a “Post-Racial” Society with John Gentile and Brigid Lang will begin a day‑long series of activities that explore realities, challenges, and opportunities met by anti-racist activists who seek to strengthen the White anti-racist, allied, intergenerational voices in discussions and actions to confront racism pervading institutions and undo racist structures.
The additional day’s activities include a brown bag lunch presentation, What is this thing called “Race”?, with Dr. Deidre Franklin on understanding race and racism; an evening discussion with light refreshments, Affirming Collective Leadership: “Strong People don’t need Strong Leaders”, with Siri Nelson and Tynesha McHarris on inspiring people to imagine new leadership possibilities by engaging others to drive positive social change; and screenings of documentaries and feature films about the advancement of racial justice and diversity, the study of African American life and history, and Black culture and politics.
The Black History Film Festival includes the following films:
  1. Black Is…Black Ain’t (9:00am-10:30am)
  2. Black and Jews (11:00am-12:30pm)
  3. The Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords (1:00pm-2:30pm)
  4. Ethnic Notions (3:00pm-4:30pm)
  5. Color Adjustment (5:00pm-6:30pm)
  6. Lessons of Hyati (7:00pm-8:30pm)
RSVP here. Registration is limited, please reserve your space as soon as possible. 

See you there!

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February 12, 2016 - Posted by | CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, FILM, opportunity, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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