Reel Justice Film Conference in Bronx Later This Month

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Our former office mate and outreach consultant extraordinaire Sonya Childress is helping organize the Reel Justice Film Conference at Lehman College in the Bronx. This free two-day conference (April 29 & 30), hosted by Working Films, Andrus Family Fund and Lehman College’s Black Legacy, features great films and speakers that will spur conversation and action on international and domestic models of community reconciliation as a response to police brutality and violence against women. Tami Gold and Iris Baez will be there with Every Mother’s Son (POV 2004).
Find out more: http://workingfilms.org/article.php?id=201

Eliza Licht
Eliza Licht
Eliza is POV's vice president of community outreach and education, and she works with public television stations, educators and community-based organizations to present community screenings of POV films and to develop and distribute accompanying educational resource materials to teachers nationwide. Before joining POV in 2000, she taught English in Spain and Mexico. Eliza is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University. Eliza's favorite documentaries are: 1. The Last Waltz - Martin Scorsese 2. In the Realms of the Unreal - Jessica Yu 3. The Thin Blue Line - Errol Morris 4. Don't Look Back - D A Pennebaker 5. Grey Gardens - Albert and David Maysles, Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer