AWE Hosting “A Breath for George” Film Screening February 25

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Thursday, February 25, 2021
7- 9PM CST
Free of charge; via zoom.

Please join Augsburg Women Engaged (AWE) and valued Augsburg campus and community partners in watching the groundbreaking film “A Breath for George” by Austene Van honoring the life and death of George Floyd, as well as exploring the larger issues of police brutality, systemic racism, and anti-Black racism. The film uplifts the voices of Minnesotan artists, scholars, and community members who have been historically and negatively impacted by these injustices, through a collection of interviews, music, and poetry.

Immediately following the viewing, there will be a 30-minute discussion with the following esteemed guests:

Austene Van, the filmmaker and Artistic Director of New Dawn Theatre
Joanne K. Reeck, M.A., Augsburg Vice President for Equity and Inclusion
Dr. Terrance Kwame-Ross, Augsburg Associate Professor & Chair of Education
Dr. Michael Lansing, Augsburg Associate Professor & Chair of History

Event co-hosted by:
Augsburg Pan-Afrikan Center
Augsburg Theater Arts Department
Augsburg Master of Arts in Leadership
Augsburg Alumni Board
Equity Innovation Center/YMCA of the North
Growth & Justice

Click here to register and for more info