This Women’s History Month, join the GSAS Master’s College Program Board, the GSAS MCAA, speakers from the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and the Boggs Center for this free film screening. As Grace approaches her 100th birthday, join us in a celebration of her life and her legacy at this free event at the Cantor Film Center, 36 East 8th Street, NYC.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the name of this event. More about the film:
What does it mean to be an American revolutionary today? Grace Lee Boggs is a 99-year-old Chinese American woman in Detroit whose vision and revolution may surprise you. A writer, activist, and philosopher connected to the African American movement for more than 70 years, Grace Lee Boggs has devoted her life to an evolving revolution that encompasses the contradictions of America’s past and its potentially radical future. This new award-winning 83 minute documentary directed by filmmaker Grace Lee plunges us into Boggs’ lifelong practice of igniting community dialogue and action, work that traverses the major U.S. social movements of the last century–from labor to civil rights, Black Power, feminism, the Asian American and environmental justice movements and beyond.
6:00 pm this Friday, March 27
Cantor Film Center 36 East 8th Street
*This event is free and open to the public, rsvp to attend
More about the event: https://events.nyu.edu/#event_id/41400/view/event
See the film trailer here: https://vimeo.com/73748800