Neighborhood Matters: A Screening of Three Thousand Years And Life
Featuring Special Guest Paul Shannon
Paul Shannon from Cambridge's American Friends Service Committee will visit as we screen “Three Thousand Years Plus Life,” a film about the Walpole prison takeover in 1973. We will be screening this film shortly after the 2018 nationwide prison strike. This screening hopes to address two questions: how film documenting the history of activism is important and can be used today as well as how we can use “Neighborhood Matters” and community outside the prison industrial complex to support those on the inside as they continue to face abuses.
Free and open to the public; lunch will be served
Co-sponsored by Northeastern City and Community Affairs and Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
- Tuesday, October 30, 2018
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- SL 90 - Snell Library Seminar Room