Free Screening of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing at the Church of the Advocate
Saturday, June 28, 6:00 pm, Do the Right Thing: Through the Lens of the Black Aesthetic, Church of the Advocate, 1801 W Diamond St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19121
Following the viewing of the film there will be a panel discussion. The panel will reflect different perspectives such as hip-hop, activism, film and more. The overall theme of the discussion will be black aesthetics. Q&A will take place after the panel discussion.
Panelists: Leah Keturah Caesar - filmmaker and dancer, John Morrison - DJ and founder of Liberation Movie Night, Dr. Rhone Fraser - adjunct faculty teaching English and African American History at Delaware County Community College, Kashara White - student activist and undergraduate student in the African American Studies Department at Temple University, MJ Harris - teaching artist, actor, poet, hip-hop artist, and member of Sela, Moderator, Patrice K. Armstead, activist, cofounder of Building People’s Power
Sponsored by: Building People’s Power and Liberation Movie Night