|June 23, 2018||4:15 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
An archival social study examining white pathology and cognitive dissonance via media coverage of a 1969 racial protest at the University of Wyoming.
A girl remembers the tragic story of the woman who was her nanny.
Akiko Takakura is one of the last survivors of the atomic bomb explosion of Hiroshima. During Obon, she receives the spirits of her parents and is haunted by memories.
Reliving the past is sometimes the only way to move forward.
Five acclaimed African American quilters from Gee's Bend, Alabama, talk about love, religion and the fight for civil rights as they continue the tradition of quilting that originally brought them together.
|Running Time:||78 minutes|