Notes from the Field: Dismantling White Supremacy Film Series

Online, on Zoom
The Dismantling White Supremacy Film Series presents Anna Deavere Smith’s play, "Notes from the Field" on the school-to-prison pipeline.
Watch the film and join us April 10th, 7:30 pm-9:00 pm for a panel discussion with activists in transformative justice including:
- Janet Connors, a Circle Keeper in Juvenile Justice
-Valleria Miranda-Ferrick, Transformative and Restorative Justice practitioner, educator and trainer
-Sadia Segal-Wright, a student participant in the Transformative
Justice Practitioner Program
-Ashley-Rose Salomon, artist-educator, organizer, and award-winning poet
About Notes From The Field:
Launched in 2012, The Anna Deavere Smith Pipeline Project is a call to action. It draws attention to youth who, as a consequence of racism and lack of resources, are vulnerable to becoming embroiled in cycles of incarceration. When Smith was made aware of what is described as “the school to prison pipeline,” she set out to conduct more than 250 interviews about race, inequality, and disciplinary practices across the U.S. and wrote a one-woman play, Notes From The Field.
Please Note: You only need to register one time. You will receive a ‘ticket’ at time of registration, but the link to attend the panel discussion will be sent in the days before April 10th.
Please watch the film and then join us for the panel discussion. A trailer is here.
Here is the link for the film. Unfortunately there is a charge of $2.99(SD) or $3.99(HD) to see the film, even on Youtube. It is free on HBO for those who have a subscription. Here is the film link for HBO.
The DWS film series operates on a gift economy basis - no person will be excluded based upon ability to pay. All net proceeds from this event will go to the organizations represented on the panel.
The Acting for Racial and Economic Justice Committee of Boston Workers Circle is serving as primary organizers for this event. The DWS film series is sponsored by:
-Social Justice Action Committee, First Church in Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist
-Racial Justice Task Force, Theodore Parker Church
-Racial Justice Action Committee, First Parish Brookline
-Acting for Racial and Economic Justice Committee, Boston Workers Circle
-Racial Justice Committee, Friends Meeting at Cambridge
-Mass Peace Action
-North American Indian Center of Boston (NAICOB)
-United American Indians of New England (UAINE)
-Boston Ujima Project
-Jamaica Plain Forum