Everyday Democracy was recently awarded a $3,674 Quick Grant from CT Humanities to present a free, virtual film screening and post-screening discussion of the new documentary, A Reckoning in Boston.
Filmmaker James Rutenbeck and participants in the film, Kafi Dixon and Carl Chandler, will be featured speakers. In addition, Everyday Democracy is using the film’s content to inform its revised public dialogue guide, Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation. Event attendees will be invited to participate in a pilot dialogue this summer.
You are invited to a special screening of the film on June 16, 2021, followed by a live Q & A.
Find more information, watch the trailer and register here: A RECKONING IN BOSTON.
Headquartered in Hartford, the Paul J. Aicher Foundation’s Everyday Democracy supports organizing across the country by bringing diverse groups of people together, helping them structure and facilitate community dialogue on pressing issues and training them to use a racial equity lens to understand longstanding problems and possible solutions.
With more than 30 years of experience, their work brings the voices and participation of all people to problem-solving, moving communities from conversation into action and action into lasting positive change.