Film Schedule Saturday, October 21, 2017
A nonfiction account of the Ferguson uprising told by the people who lived it, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at how the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown inspired a community to fight back — and sparked a global movement.
Sabbah Folayan, 2017, USA, English, 90 min. Not Yet Rated | DOCUMENTARY
Post film discussion facilitated by e(Race)d out.
e(Race)d out is a media collective made up of racialized youth who are creating a documentary on the history of racism against Black, Indigenous and racialized people in Canada. Specifically, the piece will document instances of hate crimes, police brutality, racist policy, and subsequent grassroots resistance.
We aim to:
1) document Canadian racism
2) emphasize the importance of community organizing
3) showcase the experiences of activists who are pushing for change
Event Location: AGH Annex, 118 James Street North, Hamilton
Single Tickets: $12
10-Pack Pass: $108
Festival Lover Pass: $250
From the Contemporary Art Collection
Lake Huron/Tobermory #1 2006
Robert A. Burley (Canadian b. 1957)
from the series Great Lakes, digital chromogenic print ed. 2/25, Gift of the artist, 2008
© Robert Burley, Courtesy of the Stephen Bulger Gallery