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A Reckoning in Boston: Film Screening and Discussion

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In a prosperous and progressive city, what keeps the divide between white and black, rich and poor, so glaringly wide?

November 3rd, 2021
6:30-9:00 PM EST

Film Run Tim: 1 HOUR 51 MINUTES
Q & A to follow

*This event is virtual*

RSVP here for link to join the online conversation.

Anyone can join up until 6:30pm

Watch the documentary that explores the inequalities and barriers within the city of Boston.

Engage the film’s Director, Producer and others on racial and economic justice in Boston and beyond!

All are welcome!

Made possible by Northeastern’s Human Services Program, Social Impact Lab, Northeastern University Library, School of Architecture, Africana Studies Program, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Community-Engaged Teaching & Research and Communication Studies Program.

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