Street Address: 
Love + Solidarity Collective 439 Park Road NW
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm


"Ava DuVernay, director of the Martin Luther King drama SELMA, has made a fiercely radical documentary for Netflix in sympathy with the BLACK LIVES MATTER movement. Her film argues that America’s INCARCERATION of black men is a phenomenon with its roots in SLAVERY, and that the resemblances are not minor or ironic echoes but symptoms of the same STRUCTURAL cause.
-- Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

>>Note: movie starts at 7:15 sharp!<<

What's Rad Movie Night?

Each Rad Movie Night, we watch a documentary or political film, and then hold a facilitated discussion. RMN provides a space to explore often troubling subjects, building a thoughtful and supportive community in the process. Also, snacks!

All ages welcome. Unfortunately, the space is not wheelchair accessible.

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