[GreaterPhilly] Fwd: [Chapter-Presidents] Fwd: MONDAY: Join us for a special screening event.
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Sun Mar 28 18:18:12 UTC 2021
Good afternoon could someone please resend the link for Monday evenings premiere and preview I am unable to pull it out in my email as it is thank you so much and have a wonderful day Anissa Brown
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On Sunday, March 28, 2021, 12:11 PM, DENICE BROWN via GreaterPhilly <greaterphilly at nfbnet.org> wrote:
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From: Kane Brolin via Chapter-Presidents <chapter-presidents at nfbnet.org>
Date: March 27, 2021 at 5:18:26 PM EDT
To: NFB Chapter Presidents discussion list <chapter-presidents at nfbnet.org>
Cc: Kane Brolin <kbrolin65 at gmail.com>, ray montgomery <raymontgomery7 at gmail.com>, Peggy Chong <peggychong at earthlink.net>, florencemyersmcSwine <florencemyersmcSwine at gmail.com>
Subject: [Chapter-Presidents] Fwd: MONDAY: Join us for a special screening event.
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Hello to Lee, Florence, Shawn, Ray, Peggy, and all others who may be
I thought of NFB's Diversity & Inclusion program when I heard of this
advisory and wanted to be sure to signal this upcoming discussion and
PBS television episode to any African-American Federationists who care
about the intersectionality of blindness and being Black in America.
The story of Isaac Woodard is tragic, but unfortunately is not one of
a kind. A World War II veteran, hours after being honorably
discharged, Isaac Woodard was attacked by South Carolina police while
still in his uniform when taking the bus home and was left permanently
blind. The officers were acquitted by an all white jury.
PBS will be highlighting this story and giving us a chance to
pre-screen and comment on Mr. Woodard's story this coming Monday
evening, March 29. See below for details.
Refer to https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Woodard for a brief
accounting of his life.
Please pass this on to anyone you feel would be interested. I got
this from a PBS e-mail listserv, not from a blindness-oriented source.
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From: American Experience <films at americanexperience.wgbh.org>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2021 20:07:06 +0000
Subject: MONDAY: Join us for a special screening event.
American Experience Newsletter THE BLINDING OF ISAAC WOODARD
Monday, March 29 at 6/5c
On Monday, we're excited to present a preview screening and discussion of our
filmThe Blinding of Isaac Woodard
which premieres the next day on Tuesday, March 30 at 9/8c.
will feature an extended clip from the film and a panel discussion with film
* Jamila Ephron: Writer, producer and director of the film
* Richard Gergel: Author and U.S. District Court Judge
* Kenneth Mack: Historian and author
The discussion will be moderated by Cameo George, our executive producer.
There's still time to register for this exclusive event. Click here to join
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