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A Reckoning in Boston by James Rutenbeck

A Reckoning in Boston by James Rutenbeck: Monday, November 8th, 2021 NAU’s Liberal Arts Building, room 120 5:00 p.m.Live Screening and 7:00p.m. Conversation with the Filmmakers: Kafi Dixon, Executive Director, Women of Color Rural & Urban Farmer Co

A Reckoning in Boston

A Reckoning in Boston:  The Documentary 
In a rigorous tuition-free night course, Carl Chandler and Kafi Dixon study art, literature, history and philosophy and find themselves transformed by the experience. But is their newly found sense of agency strong enough to deflect the inequities of wealth, health and race in a rapidly gentrifying city? Documentary Educational Resources

There is a showing on Monday, November 8 at 5 PM in LA 120
Followed by a Conversation with the Filmmakers at 7 PM in LA 120 .

Watch the Trailer A Reckoning in Boston
Visit the A Reckoning in Boston website
Check out the reviews: A Reckoning In Boston' Asks Its Audience — And Filmmaker — To Examine Privilege


This documentary was featured on: 

Food Tank Live Food Tank Live

WBUR Radio Boston A Reckoning in Boston:

Official selection &  Best Feature of the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival

Official selection of the Humans of Film in The Netherlands

Official selection of the inaugural FoodxFilm Festival 

The showing of A Reckoning in Boston is co-sponsored by the Martin-Springer Institute, College of Arts and Letters, and the Black Student Union

The event is organized by the Department of Comparative Cultural Studies (Community Engagement Intern: Avery Elizabeth Jones)


Film Discussion

Conversation with the Filmmakers at 7:00p.m. With Kafi Dixon Executive Director, Women of Color Rural & Urban Farmer Cooperative/The Common Good Project; CEO of Seeds of Change Solidarity Network; Co-producer, A Reckoning in Boston  and James Rutenbeck Founder of Lost Nation Films; Director of A Reckoning in Boston

Inequality and Racism: Resources

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