Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A with Dr. Crystal Feimster, Associate Professor of African American Studies, History, and American Studies. Co-presented by the Afro-American Cultural Center; Department of African American Studies; Department of History; Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration; Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition; Public Humanities at Yale; and Ethnicity, Race, and Migration Program.
Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A, joined by Dr. Yohuru Williams, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of St. Thomas.
Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A, joined by Mr. Steven Thomas, Organizer and Restorative Justice Coordinator of Northeast Neighborhood Association (NENA). Presented by the College of Arts & Letters, Center for Civic Engagement, Libraries & Educational Technologies, and the Justice Studies and History departments.
Presented by Common Ground as part of the Racial Justice Film Series. Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A, joined by Dr. Lauranett Lee, a public historian and adjunct professor at UR's School of Professional & Continuing Studies, and students Shira Smillie and Johnnette Johnson. More details here →
Scholars Bobby Donaldson (University of South Carolina), Meeghan Kane (Benedict College), and Jackie Whitmore (local historian) will attend to discuss the film and take questions from the audience after the screening.
Presented by Indie Grits Labs and the Lower Richland History and Genealogy Society. Free and open to the public.
Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A, joined by Nickolaus Mack, Managing Opinion Editor of The Eagle and a junior International Studies major, and moderated by Professor Leena Jayaswal, Director of the Photography Concentration at AU. Sponsored by the School of Communication as part of the "Media that Matters" series. Co-sponsored by College of Arts and Sciences, School of Public Affairs, Office of Campus Life, Center for Media & Social Impact, and SOC Diversity Committee.
Filmmakers will attend for a Q&A following the screening joined by:
- Jonathan Holloway, Provost of Northwestern University; author of Jim Crow Wisdom: Memory and Identity in Black America Since 1940; and cast member of An Outrage
- Mike Williams, Chair of History Department at Warren New Tech High School in Warren, North Carolina; and recipient of the 2017 Organization of American Historians' Tachau National Teacher of the Year Award
The theme of the 2018 Annual Meeting is Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism in Global Perspective.
The Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project (CRRJ) at Northeastern University School of Law, The Elmore Bolling Foundation, and Alabama NAACP presented An Outrage as part of the conference, "Resurrecting Their Stories: A Community-based Oral History Project." More details here.
Filmmakers attended for a Q&A joined by Mayor Lovith Anderson of Lake City, South Carolina; and Gabrielle Daniels and Sadé Stevens of the Equal Justice Initiative.
Filmmakers attended for a Q&A joined by Dr. Willie Griffin, Professor of History at The Citadel; and Dr. Mari Crabtree, Professor of African American Studies at the College of Charleston. Presented by the Avery Institute and the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture with the Race and Social Justice Initiative at the College of Charleston.
Presented as part of a program on "Symbols and History of Lynching in America," curated by the ACT Human Rights Film Festival with its partners — the College of Liberal Arts, the Department of Ethnic Studies, and the Department of History — during the 2017 Colorado State University Diversity Symposium. The program also included short presentations from History and Ethnic Studies faculty, a roundtable discussion with students, and an audience Q&A.
Filmmakers attended for a Q&A with a panel of North Carolina educators:
- Teresa Bunner of the UNC School of Library Services and Project READY
- Fay Gore, Section Chief for K-12 Social Studies at the NC Department of Public Instruction
- Jamie Lathan, Dean of Long Distance Learning and Humanities Instructor at the NC School of Science and Math, and member of the NHC Teacher Advisory Board
- Mike Williams, Chair of History Department at Warren New Tech High School in Warren, NC, and recipient of the 2017 OAH Tachau National Teacher of the Year Award