Community Event: Whose Streets? Our Streets.


When:
November 18, 2017 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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2017-11-18T23:00:00+00:00
Where:
Northwest African American Museum
2300 South Massachusetts Street
Seattle
WA 98144-3821
Contact:
Puget Sound Socialists (ISO)

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Sponsored by Social Justice Film Festival and Northwest African American Museum

The Northwest African American Museum and the Social Justice Film Festival present: Whose Streets? Our Streets.

Join us for a galvanizing night of cinema, culture, and community as we explore the Black Lives Matter movement through film, its intersection with other social movements, and the unique challenges and opportunities that Seattle’s African American community faces. Admission includes free entry into the Northwest African American Museum.

8:00pm-Hell You Tambout followed by a brief performance by Northwest Tap Connection

8:20pm-The Gathering 

8:45pm-Panel discussion featuring New York BLM organizer and cultural critic Darnell L. Moore; Reverend Harriett Walden, founder of Seattle’s Mothers for Police Accountability; former death-row prisoners who have been exonerated; and moderator Tony Benton, radio manager and host on KVRU | Rainier Valley Radio.

9:30-11:10pm- Whose Streets?