The Film Night Working Group organizes events in the tri-county area to energize our communities around racial justice education, advocacy, and relationship building by highlighting inspiring stories. Film nights happen every few months and are followed by a short, facilitated reflection/conversation with attendees to apply lessons, inspirations or struggles to our local context in rural New England. The Film Night Working Group is open to film suggestions, locations, and extra hands promoting or with set up/break down of film nights.
Recent film screenings include Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin and The Letter: An American Town and “The Somali Invasion.”
None at this time. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for event postings.