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June 4, 2020 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM America/New York Timezone
Please join the faculty and students from the Department of History, Political Science, Geography, and African American Studies in watching and discussing Ava Duvernay’s award winning documentary, 13th on Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. The film will be shown via Netflix Party (you can download it here – https://www.netflixparty.com/). Participants must use a Google Chrome browser and have their own Netflix account. Please either click the link at the bottom, or scan the QR Code on the flyer to register and receive directions on how to participate.
While the film is being displayed, there will be a chatroom on the side for participants to comment, discuss, and/or ask questions. It is our intention to engage in a meaningful conversation and to provide context for some of the recent events that we’ve witnessed over the past weeks.
The following African American Studies faculty members have agreed to help facilitate the discussion, Dr. Tiffany Packer, Dr. Kimberly Pellum, Dr. Kwasi Densu, Dr. Reginald Ellis, Dr. Ameenah Shakir, and Dr. Darius Young.
This is open to anyone in the FAMU community who would like to participate. Everyone who is registered will receive a link via email approximately 30 minutes before watching the film.
Register here – https://bit.ly/2ZWEYcj
If you have any questions please contact Darius Young at firstname.lastname@example.org