Join us on Sunday, June 26 starting at 4pm (PT), as we return to in-person events, for an exclusive film screening + live discussion hosted by the Los Angeles Film Club Committee.
A limited number of virtual tickets will be made available from June 24-26 on Film Platform. On June 26, the live discussion will be shared on our social media platforms.
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In Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, Jeffery Robinson’s groundbreaking Town Hall on the history of U.S. anti-Black racism is interwoven with historical and present-day archival footage, Robinson’s personal story, and interview footage capturing meetings with Black change-makers and eyewitnesses of history. From a hanging tree in Charleston, South Carolina, to a walking tour of the origins of slavery in colonial New York, to the site of a 1947 lynching in rural Alabama, the film brings history to life, exploring the enduring legacy of white supremacy and our collective responsibility to overcome it.
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