Social Justice Films
Fredrick Douglass and the White Negro
Documenting Frederick Douglass’s escape to Europe after the 1845 publication of his infamous narrative, the film focuses on his first port-of-call, Ireland, exploring its profound influence on his evolving sense of self, the many life-long friendships he established there, and the influence his stay had on tumultuous relations in the United States between Irish and African Americans.
Located in the Bundy Museum Annex
As always the screening is free but donations are welcome!
Doors open at 630 film starts promptly at 7