Virtual Netflix Party of "13th" documentary on October 16th via the COE's Social Justice Dialogue Series

Virtual Netflix Party of "13th" documentary on October 16th via the COE's Social Justice Dialogue Series

Hello GC family,

The College of Education's Diversity Committee is pleased to announce the latest educational opportunity in our Social Justice Dialogue Series. On Friday, October 16th at 5pm we are hosting a free "Netflix party" virtual screening of the powerful documentary entitled "13th" by award-winning director Ava DuVernay. This film examines how mass incarceration and the criminal justice system overall have worked in tandem to continue the de facto enslavement of Black Americans after the 13th Amendment. Participants will be encouraged to "chat" while viewing and a virtual discussion will follow directly afterward via a zoom link provided to all participants. 

This viewing is FREE and open to the public, but participants must register to receive instructions on joining the Netflix Party for this film. The registration link is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeJKaVVrDpOJMmSTQo0BDVt5CKj6cubX-D694JefkSQDLeANQ/viewform . The official flyer is attached as well.

Thank you,

Dr. C. Emmanuel Little, COE Diversity Committee chair

Updated: 10/5/2020
Emmanuel Little
emmanuel.little@gcsu.edu
(478)-445-8594
College of Education