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SVA Theatre
Saturday, Nov 12, 2022 6:45 PM
Two-time Academy Award winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple follows two visionary leaders of the African-American and Latinx-American communities as they fight for racial justice in the Trump – and COVID – era.
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FF Admission General Admission - $25.00

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WORLD PREMIERE Driven by a mutual determination not to be “the generation that allows progress to slip,” national social justice leaders Marc Morial of National Urban League and Janet Murguía of UnidosUS join forces to fight structural racism amid a troubling resurgence of white supremacy in the Trump era. Two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple takes a vérité approach to examine the experiences that have shaped Morial and Murguía into leaders of their diverse African American and Latinx American communities as they navigate the complex arc of racial justice in the pandemic years. - Jaie Laplante

The first screening will be followed by a Q&A with Barbara Kopple, Marc Morial, Janet Murguía and additional subjects from the film.

The second screening will be introduced by Barbara Kopple, and be followed by a Q&A with Marc Morial, Janet Murguía and additional subjects from the film.

All in-person screening venues provide hearing impaired listening devices upon request with venue management.

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Film Details
Country:United States of America
Running Time:108
Director:Barbara Kopple
Executive Producer:Nina Easton
Pattie Sellers
Eva Longoria
Ben Spector
Producer:David Cassidy
Williams Cole
Barbara Kopple
Ray Nowosielski
Editor:Hannes Hosp
Rob Kuhns
Cinematographer:Jim Ball
Asad Faruqi
Gabriella Garcia-Prado
Gary Griffin
Thomas Kaufman
Bradley Rayford
Film Genres:Activism
African American
Latinx/Latin American
Social Issues
Women Directors
DOC NYC Alumni