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Equity, Social Justice and the Political Uses of Horror Screening of the Film “GET OUT” w/Post-film discussion


2018-02-16 18:00 2018-02-16 22:00 America/Los_Angeles Equity, Social Justice and the Political Uses of Horror Screening of the Film “GET OUT” w/Post-film discussion

A community event brought to you by Black UU’s of the Pacific Northwest and Common Quest adult education, Westside UU Congregation Just because you’re invited doesn’t mean you’re welcome… Get Out is a stinging criticism of white liberalism from Academy Award nominated director Jordan Peele, who doesn’t take aim at Neo-Nazis and other whites who angrily shout the n-word.  Instead, Peele looks at those who profess their lack of racism, but only do so if they can maintain their dominance over black people in the most insidious manner possible. Participate in a post-film panel discussion of themes from this Oscar-nominated film featuring: Marcus Green, journalist, playwright, and executive editor of the South Seattle Emerald; Diana Falchuk, manager for arts and racial equity at City of Seattle, Office of Arts and Culture; and Rev. Cecilia Kingman, minister for faith and justice at Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Cecelia Hayes, equity social justice and engagement manager for King County will moderate. Come join us for a REAL scare! Film Screening and Community Discussion Friday, February 16 Doors open at 6:00, Film screening at 7:00,  Discussion follows at about 9:00 Westside Unitarian Universalist Congregation 7141 California Ave. SW Seattle, WA 98136 Admission: FREE No Registration Required **This film is rated “R” and not suitable for youngsters** For more information contact us at: cnnhayes@juno.com

Sanctuary, Westside UU Congrgation

A community event brought to you by Black UU’s of the Pacific Northwest and
Common Quest adult education, Westside UU Congregation

Just because you’re invited doesn’t mean you’re welcome…

Get Out is a stinging criticism of white liberalism from Academy Award nominated director Jordan Peele, who doesn’t take aim at Neo-Nazis and other whites who angrily shout the n-word.  Instead, Peele looks at those who profess their lack of racism, but only do so if they can maintain
their dominance over black people in the most insidious manner possible.

Participate in a post-film panel discussion of themes from this Oscar-nominated film featuring:
Marcus Green, journalist, playwright, and executive editor of the South Seattle Emerald;
Diana Falchuk, manager for arts and racial equity at City of Seattle, Office of Arts and Culture; and
Rev. Cecilia Kingman, minister for faith and justice at Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation.
Cecelia Hayes, equity social justice and engagement manager for King County will moderate.

Come join us for a REAL scare!

Film Screening and Community Discussion Friday, February 16
Doors open at 6:00, Film screening at 7:00,  Discussion follows at about 9:00

Westside Unitarian Universalist Congregation
7141 California Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Admission: FREE

No Registration Required

**This film is rated “R” and not suitable for youngsters**

For more information contact us at: cnnhayes@juno.com