Join AFREJ on Sunday, March 26th at 7 PM for a screening of Holding Ground: The Rebirth of Dudley Street, the award-winning documentary about a cautionary tale of urban policies gone wrong and a message of hope for all American cities produced and directed by Leah Mahan and Mark Lipman.
For those who want to watch the film beforehand you can purchase it for personal use for 3 days for 6.99 on New Day Films website or stream it through your local public library through Kanopy. Or if you join us and watch it together, we will be streaming it over Zoom at 6 PM before our discussion.
The screening will be followed by a discussion on how BWC can engage in solidarity to continue to empower and support the fight for racial and economic justice in these communities through a reparative lens.
We will be joined by Eliza Parad, the Center for Economic Democracy’s Director of Municipal Democracy and one of the founders of AFREJ! We ask that you please contribute any amount you are comfortable with at http://bit.ly/bwcpassthehat so that we can provide an honorarium to our guest speakers and to support our work. Please be sure to put ‘AFREJ’ after check marking the ‘other’ box in the form.
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