Truth to Power: Unapologetically Black Voices in Civic Leadership
2018 Social Justice Film Festival

Sat, Oct 6, 2018 at 7pm

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Witness local and nationwide history being made through the story of one man—Seattle Black Panther captain, Aaron Dixon—and the enduring legacy of Black Power.

Join us for the documentary My People Are Rising and short film Sincerely, The Black Kids. Stay to discuss the impact of Seattle’s Black Panther Party on its 50th anniversary and the institutional challenges that black student leaders face on mostly white college campuses today. Speakers include Aaron Dixon, founder of Seattle’s Black Panther party at age 19; community leader and educator Omari Amili; and Tony Benton, Station Manager for RainierAvenueRadio.World.

Ticket includes entry to NAAM’s exhibit “Power to the People: Seattle Black Panther Party at 50.” Sponsored by the Northwest African American Museum.

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Sincerely, the Black Kids

Follow the stories of black student leaders from colleges around the country that are becoming battlegrounds for racial politics and agendas. Sometimes, they say, it IS because you're black.

(Miles Iton, USA, 35 min)

Northwest African American Museum

2300 S Massachusetts Street
Seattle, WA 98144

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