Join this bitch for some film viewage followed by some keepin' it real discussions!
Wednesday October 1, 2008 at 6 p.m.
Missouri History Museum in Forest Park in the AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room
How much money are you talking, ABB?
It’s free, damnit!
Join us for a candid discussion about popular images, race and beauty. The program begins with a short documentary, A Girl like Me (7:08), created by high schooler Kiri Davis through the Reel Works Teen Filmmaking program.
Davis re-conducts the “doll test” used in the historic Brown v. Board of Education case and sheds new light on how society affects black children today.
Discussion facilitators include Nicci Roach, assistant director for Webster University–Old Post Office Campus, and this bitch (wink)!
Brown bag dinners are welcome and light refreshments will also be available.
I hope to see y’all there!