Presented by the School of Sociology and Social Policy as part of Black History Month.
The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the School of Sociology and Social Policy will be screening the 2017 documentary film I Am Not Your Negro, based on James Baldwin’s final, unfinished manuscript ‘Remember This House’. The film uses the words of James Baldwin to explore the troubling issues that face people of colour living in the US.
This event will take place at 4-7pm on Wednesday 9 October. Coffee will be available from 4pm in the Law & Social Sciences Building Atrium, and the film screening will start at 4.30pm in B63, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park with a brief introduction from Dr Amal Treacher Kabesh.
After the film there will be a drinks reception and time for discussion of the issues raised in the documentary.
This event is free to attend and staff and students are welcome.
For more information, and to book your place, please visit the event page.