Doors open at 4:30pm with free dinner.
Film starts at 5pm.
Discussion on reparations will follow the screening.
Reproductive rights are being challenged and degraded. What are our rights to abortion access here in California? These are real issues we need to talk about. We’ll screen videos of personal testimonies from women of color and have a panel of experts who can speak on the issues.
Co-sponsored by Access Women’s Health Justice
This coming Sunday, 4:30pm. Free film, food and discussion!
Liberated Lens is proud to present its latest documentary production “Homeless First,” a film about First They Came For The Homeless camp in Berkeley. Come watch the film, see juggling performance and report from Houseless People March to Salem by Stacey and talk to camp participants!
Free screening, donations for Liberated Lens and First They Came For The Homeless accepted.
Come early for a free dinner and stay after the screening for discussion with the panelists:
Aldane Walters, Jamaican immigrant, radio host of Feel Alright
Marna Paintsil Anning, Ghanaian immigrant, community activist
Calling all filmmakers –We’re going live!
This will be a 2 hour, hands-on workshop where we’ll learn OBS (Open Broadcast Software) and low budget (>$500) multi-cam livestreaming –we’ll take feeds from multiple cameras, a projector, and an audio signal to create a live show.
$5- $10 minimum donation suggested, but NOTAFLOF
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Come early for a free dinner and stay after the screening for discussion with the panelists.