AFSC’s Mini Film Series continues on May 8 and wraps up on June 5. The next film (on May 8) is 500 Years Later, a provocative documentary that has won five Best Documentary awards in a number of international film festivals.
The retrospective offers a worldview on systemic inequities that White Americans seldom hear about. Special guests from Ujamaa Place in St. Paul will join us. (June 5: Anne Braden: Southern Patriot.)
This Film Series brings L/light to systems that perpetuate racism and our role in disrupting it. After each film, AFSC's Sharon Goens-Bradley, along with a member of the Quaker community, will facilitate a discussion.
No admission fee; donations welcome. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 789-3852. For best access to the most Friends, films will be shown at
Faith Mennonite Church, 2720 E. 22nd St. Minneapolis, 6:30-9:00 p.m.