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SAN FRANCISCO SCREENING–BLACK MOTHERS LOVE & RESIST

April 29 @ 8:30 pm10:30 pm

$16 – $18

65TH SFFILM FESTIVAL: BLACK MOTHERS LOVE & RESIST–Wanda Johnson and Angela Williams, mothers of young Black men victimized by police brutality, come together and build a network of community-led support, mutual aid, and healing in Débora Souza Silva’s trenchant documentary spanning Oakland’s Fruitvale to the American South. Long before George Floyd’s murder and the BLM protests in 2020, Oscar Grant’s 2009 fateful encounter with law enforcement on a BART platform seeded public awareness and cultural consciousness of systemic racism and its discontents. Paying forward lessons learned and advocating against anti-Black violence in memory of her son, Oscar, Wanda Johnson holds space for Angela Williams, whose teen son, Ulysses, survives a police encounter in Troy, Alabama, living to tell his story. Radical empathy fuels this timely exposé. Director Débora Souza Silva is expected to attend with subjects Angela Williams and Wanda Johnson. BLACK MOTHERS LOVE & RESIST Friday, April 29 at 8:30 pm Roxie Theater 3117 16th Street, San Francisco This project is supported by a California Documentary Project grant.  

Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
8:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Cost:
$16 – $18
Event Category:

Venue

Roxie Theater San Francisco
3117 16th Street
San Francisco, 94103
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Phone:
415) 863-1087
Website:
https://www.roxie.com/