This Week

  1. Add to Calendar08/10/2020 06:00:00 pm08/10/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlack August: Soledad BrotherBlack August: Soledad Brotherhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/4catbKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  2. Add to Calendar08/10/2020 07:00:00 pm08/10/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesFamily of Us with KEETKEET-TV is excited to share this screening with you. You will hear the stories from Americans across the country of what makes a family. You may see stories similar to yours. KEET-TV will do a short presentation at the beginning about this nationwide project where you are encouraged to participate. We will show some of the stories from our local communities.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/nmtvyKatie Whitesidekwhiteside@keet-tv.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: KEET-TV
  3. Add to Calendar08/11/2020 07:00:00 pm08/11/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoAlabama: In the Making Join Alabama Public Television and the Alabama Bicentennial Commission on Tuesday, August 11 at 7:00pm to preview segments from the upcoming documentary Alabama: In the Making. Participate in the live chat during the screening and stay with us afterwards for a panel discussion featuring filmmaker George Edmondson, renowned artist Caleb O’Connor, and Dorothy Walker, Director of the Freedom Rides Museum with Elliot Knight, Executive Director of the Alabama State Council on the Arts. Your questions are welcome! THE FILM: To celebrate its 200th anniversary of statehood, the State of Alabama created a Bicentennial Park in the heart of historic Montgomery and commissioned artist Caleb O’Connor to design a series of sculptural works depicting the state’s full history, from cotton plantations to moon rockets. Alabama: In the Making follows the artist’s incredible work creating these pieces that fully represent the story of Alabama’s people for two centuries.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fykzoElliot Knightnboggan@aptv.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Alabama Public Television
  4. Add to Calendar08/11/2020 07:00:00 pm08/11/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/DenverN. Scott Momaday: Words From a BearWelcome to our Online Screening co-hosted by NMPBS Embudo Valley Library.. American Masters, N. Scott Momaday: Words From a Bear.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/w7acoLaurel Wyckofflwyckoff@newmexicopbs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  5. Add to Calendar08/11/2020 08:00:00 pm08/11/2020 09:00:00 pmAmerica/DenverIdahoPTV Screening with Q&A In August, America celebrates 100 years of voting rights for women with the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. By 1920 women in Idaho had already been voting in—and winning—elections for 24 years. The documentary explores how Idaho became the fourth state to grant women voting rights. Most of the history about women’s voting rights focuses on the East Coast. However, Western states were leading the way. Wyoming granted women the right to vote in 1870, followed by Colorado in 1893, then Utah and Idaho, both in 1896. Utah and Washington states granted women the right to vote earlier, then revoked the privilege. After Idaho, it took another 14 years for a state to grant suffrage to women. Join Idaho Public Television and Idaho Women in Leadership for an online preview screening of the new Idaho Experience documentary "Ahead of Her Time: Women’s Suffrage in Idaho”. The half-hour screening will be immediately followed by a live Q and A with Emmy Award-winning documentarian Jennie Sue Weltner; Idaho Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb; Rebecca Scofield, Ph.D., assistant professor of twentieth-century American history at the University of Idaho; and NNU student leader Mariela Esquivel-Rodriguez. The discussion will be moderated by IdahoPTV producer Marcia Franklin, who did research and conducted interviews for the documentary. The documentary is a partnership between Idaho Public Television, Idaho Women in Leadership, and the Idaho State Historical Society as a legacy project for Idaho Women 100. Major funding for Idaho Experience is provided by the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation. Additional funding is provided by Anne Voillequé and Louise Nelson, Judy and Steve Meyer, the Futura Corporation, the Richard K. and Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation, the Friends of Idaho Public Television, the Idaho Public Television Endowment and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. “Ahead of Her Time: Women’s Suffrage in Idaho” was independently produced by Jennie Sue Weltner with funding provided by Idaho Women in Leadership, the Pottenger Family Foundation, Zions Bank, Idaho Power, and Midas Gold. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/laiqlIdahoPTVevents@idahoptv.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Idaho Public TV
  6. Add to Calendar08/12/2020 01:00:00 pm08/12/2020 02:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesDDF Ask Me Anything (AMA)Have any burning questions about the Diversity Development Fund (DDF)? Join us for a Q&A and conversation with Jannet Nuñez, ITVS Content Development Manager, and Daniel Chein, DDF funded filmmaker. Find out more about the fund, Daniel’s process for applying, and ask any lingering questions. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/9ucmnITVSrachel.lawrence@itvs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  7. Add to Calendar08/12/2020 06:00:00 pm08/12/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkWE ARE THE RADICAL MONARCHS POV and <a href=“https://weta.org”>WETA</a> invite you to a radically uplifting screening event featuring “We Are the Radical Monarchs.” Film & Q&A with filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton, Radical Monarch Lupita Martinez, and other special guests. Presented with the <a href="https://www.ymcadc.org">YMCA of Metropolitan Washington</a>https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/c8rioevents@pov.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  8. Add to Calendar08/12/2020 06:00:00 pm08/12/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBLACK LIVES (PARTS 9 & 10)The hashtag Black Lives Matter started in 2014 and united America’s black population outraged by a lack of civil rights and the abuse of power. How do blacks in the Mid-West live today? Who is at the core of the 'Afro-American' resistance? What do African-Americans want? To answer these questions, our film crew traveled to the poorest neighborhoods of St. Louis, and New York, as well as Ferguson, Missouri. The series explores the significant problems of ghetto dwellers – lack of education, criminality, drug abuse, teenage pregnancies, lack of housing, and police brutality. However, the communities won’t put up with the way things are. The series tells the story of how African-Americans fight for their rights, strive for success, lifting themselves out of poverty no matter what. BLACK LIVES is a 2018 award-winning documentary short series produced by RT Documentary Channel. Episode 1--STRUGGLE: Still dreaming of racial justice in St. Louis' black neighborhoodshttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/40nehKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  9. Add to Calendar08/12/2020 07:00:00 pm08/12/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkWEDU Community Cinema - PridelandHello and welcome! Please feel free to ask questions during the film and stick around for our panel discussion afterwards! Anyone experiencing tech issues or watching from an iPad, please read this document - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mAGcaPbpwjo4Tsxfbm5bwl760hMY-FkozDuZTHNsSiE/preview We also recommend creating an OVEE account for the best viewing experience. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ac5xpahedrick@wedu.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  10. Add to Calendar08/12/2020 08:00:00 pm08/12/2020 09:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkDawnland & Dear GeorginaThis screening is a celebration of International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples (Aug 9) and International Youth Day (Aug 12) For decades, child welfare authorities have been removing Native American children from their homes to save them from being Indian. In Maine, the first official “truth and reconciliation commission” in the United States begins a historic investigation. DAWNLAND goes behind-the-scenes as this historic body grapples with difficult truths, redefines reconciliation, and charts a new course for state and tribal relations. In DEAR GEORGINA a Passamaquoddy elder journeys into an unclear past to better understand herself and her cultural heritage. Join author Leilani Sabzalian (Alutiiq), NIEA board member Jaylyn Suppah (Confederated Tribe of Warm Springs), filmmaker Adam Mazo, and Upstander Project Learning Director Mishy Lesser for a live Q & A after the films. The discussion will be moderated by Claudia Tekina'ru Fox Tree (Arawak/Yurumein) of the Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness. Learn more about the films and watch the trailer at upstanderproject.org Note the screening begins with the 54-minute broadcast edition of DAWNLAND followed by DEAR GEORGINA EVENT SCHEDULE (all times Eastern) 8:00 PM - 8:10 PM Welcoming Videos and Film Introduction 8:11 PM - 8:55 PM Dawnland Film (Emmy®-winning broadcast edition) 8:55 PM - 9:10 PM Dear Georgina Film 9:10 PM - 10:00 PM Film Team Q & A Thank you to the following organizations for supporting the creation of DAWNLAND and DEAR GEORGINA: W.K. Kellogg Foundation Vision Maker Media The Charles G Wright Endowment For Humanity Mass Humanities Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust Bertha Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund The Mara & Ricky Sandler Foundation Maine Humanities Council The LEF Foundation Maine Community Foundation Maine Initiatives Points North Institute Good Pitch Doc Society IFP and all our generous Kickstarter backers! https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/gi0yeUpstander Projectchelsea@upstanderproject.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Upstander Project
  11. Add to Calendar08/13/2020 12:00:00 pm08/13/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkBuddy Deane ScrapbookEvery Thursday this summer, join us Maryland Public Television for a free OVEE screening that features a favorite throwback MPT production. Bring your lunch and enjoy a break with us.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ftrtyJessie Campbellevents@mpt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Maryland Public Television
  12. Add to Calendar08/13/2020 11:00:00 am08/13/2020 12:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoFun at Home with Austin PBS KIDS!Thank you for joining the first Austin PBS KIDS OVEE event! We'll feature a clip from PBS KIDS' newest show HERO ELEMENTARY, have a hands-on activity for the kids, story time with a local Austin PBS KIDS Writers Contest winner and share tips for parents to keep everyone at home happy, safe and excited about learning while playing."https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/izarhMary Alice Applemansrobertson@klru.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Austin PBS
  13. Add to Calendar08/13/2020 06:00:00 pm08/13/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesTreading WaterJoin KIXE PBS to watch and discuss "Treading Water" a film by Jesse Dizard. Facing an uncertain future, a community confronts its reflection in the mirror of water scarcity. In the new normal of what once was the California dream, activists, commercial fishermen, farmers, local politicians and others share their anxieties and reveal their values in an effort to find common cause, if not always common groundhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/qfkveJulie Driverjdriver@kixe.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: KIXE-TV
  14. Add to Calendar08/14/2020 06:00:00 pm08/14/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoResurrecting Black Wall StreetResurrecting Black Wall Streethttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/31wjiKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP

Next Week & Beyond

  1. Add to Calendar08/16/2020 06:00:00 pm08/16/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHarriet (Descendants Talk Mini-Fest)Partnering with the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, we present our joint "Descendants Talk Mini-Festival." Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, HARRIET tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/16mlxKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  2. Add to Calendar08/17/2020 04:00:00 pm08/17/2020 05:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoThe Vote: A WTTW Community ScreeningWTTW believes in the power of film to engage communities in dialogue around the most important social and cultural issues of our time. Our Community Screenings brings audiences together to experience the best of PBS documentaries, to spotlight societal and culturally relevant topics that can promote healthy discussions long after the film airs. WTTW is proud to invite you to a virtual community screening and conversation of The Vote: American Experience. One hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, this multi-part documentary tells the dramatic story of the hard-fought campaign waged by American women for the right to vote—a transformative cultural and political movement that resulted in the largest expansion of voting rights in U.S. history. After the screening, Sylvia Ewing, Director of Strategic Communications, Marketing, and Outreach at Elevate Energy, will moderate a live conversation featuring Sarah Malone, President of the AldonMalone Group; Lori Osborne, director of the Evanston Women’s History Project and Frances Willard House Museum in Evanston; Alice Palmer, former Illinois State Senator; and Rebecca Sive, political analyst and women’s leadership strategist and historian. The panel will discuss Illinois’ role in the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and how race impacted Women’s Suffrage and voting today. The Vote is streaming now at wttw.com/watch and will air on WTTW beginning Tuesday September 8 at 8:00 pm. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/px77dagleason@wttw.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  3. Add to Calendar08/18/2020 12:00:00 pm08/18/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoNPT's virtual Suffrage 100 eventNashville Public Television is partnering with the Tennessee State Museum and Nashville Public Library to host an online screening and discussion of NPT’s 'By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South' on Aug. 18, 2020, from noon to 1:30 p.m. That date is the centennial anniversary of when Tennessee – by a single legislator’s vote in the Tennessee General Assembly – became the 36th and final state needed to ratify the 19th Amendment, ostensibly granting women in the United States the right to vote. After the screening, Mary Makley, 'By One Vote’s' producer, will lead a discussion with Carole Bucy, Ph.D., Davidson County Historian and professor of history, Volunteer State Community College; Beverly Bond, Ph.D., associate professor of history, University of Memphis; and historian/author Elaine Weiss (The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote); all of whom appear in the documentary. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash narrates 'By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South', a chronicle of events leading to the turbulent, nail-biting showdown that took place Aug. 18, 1920, in the Tennessee General Assembly. The U.S. woman’s suffrage movement began in the Northeast as an offshoot of the anti-slavery movement. 'By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South' tells the lesser-known history of the efforts by Southern women to gain the vote in the years following the Civil War through 1920. NPT’s documentary highlights major figures in Tennessee’s suffrage movement such as Anne Dallas Dudley and Sue Shelton White; as well as anti-suffragist Josephine Pearson and key legislator Harry T. Burn. Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul are among the national activists referenced in the documentary. About our local partners: The Tennessee State Museum’s 'Ratified! Tennessee Women and the Right to Vote' is a new exhibition commemorating the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment, curated by the museum’s Miranda Fraley Rhodes, Ph.D. 'Ratified!' tells an inclusive story of suffrage activity throughout the state, in the decades leading up the vote and its ramifications in the years that followed. The show includes artifacts, documents, archival photos, large-scale graphics, videos and interactive elements. Footage from NPT’s 'By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South' is also included in the exhibition. 'Ratified!' spans two galleries and 8,000 square feet, and will remains on view into 2021. Nashville Public Library’s 'Votes for Women: Legacy of the 19th Amendment' tells the pivotal and dramatic story of Nashville’s role in winning women the right to vote with the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The exhibit will be located at the Main Library and will provide a space to explore the core themes surrounding women’s roles, democracy, and power. 'Votes for Women’s' virtual opening is set for Aug. 18, 2020.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/jyxmhRosemaryrbrunton@wnpt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Nashville Public Television
  4. Add to Calendar08/18/2020 07:00:00 pm08/18/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/DenverWorlds of Ursula K. Le GuinWelcome to our online screening of American Masters - Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin. Co-hosted by NMPBS and Embudo Valley Libraryhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/wu98uLaurel Wyckofflwyckoff@newmexicopbs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: New Mexico PBS
    RSVP
  5. Add to Calendar08/19/2020 07:00:00 pm08/19/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkOur Town: Lititz Watch PartyWITF is cracking open our archival programming vault for a special retro virtual Our Town Watch Party! Loyal viewers may fondly remember WITF TV’s Our Town series. It ran for 31 episodes and even inspired 4 episodes of the spin-off series "Growing Up In…". Residents in communities all across Central PA used their camcorders (remember those!) to help produce a video scrapbook of the people, places and happenings in their town. Join us Wednesday, August 19 at 7pm as we host a virtual Our Town: Lititz Watch Party. Produced in the winter of 2003, Our Town: Lititz takes viewers on an hour-long tour of the town, its history, its organizations, its businesses, and its people. Join us and learn about the history of Lititz and why it earned the reputation of “America’s coolest small town.” This event is supported by Wilbur Chocolate, Weaver Energy and Linden Hall.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/faf7kWITF's Director of Community Engagementovee@witf.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  6. Add to Calendar08/19/2020 07:00:00 pm08/19/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkThe Story of MusikfestWelcome to the screening of "The Story of Musikfest" giving you a history of this international festival from its inception through the summer 2019 celebration. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session featuring key players in the Musikfest story.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/e7orlLehigh Valley Public Mediajimm@wlvt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Lehigh Valley Public Media
  7. Add to Calendar08/19/2020 06:00:00 pm08/19/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoTime & JudgmentTime and Judgement is a sci-fi docmentary that combines poetry, music and biblical prophecy with events across the African diaspora. ‘The Queen of the South shall rise up in the judgement with the men of this generation and condemn them…’ -– St. Luke 11, v31 Queen Judgement weighs the scales where all men are judged – the heart of men is balanced against their greed (money). There is an imbalance because man has taken the path of greed rather than love. Something has to be done. The Keeper of Time is summoned to send out the final call to man. Will man listen? The 400 Year Exile hears the call and scans the African diaspora from Atlanta to Addis Abba, from Kingston to Brixton. Wars, famine, riots, celebrations, events that will shape the destiny of man. Featuring unique archive footage of Haile Selassie, Bob Marley, Kwame Nkrumah, Maurice Bishop, Minister Farrakhan, Kwame Toure, Bernie Grant. The soundtrack features music from Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Asward.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/s07htKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  8. Add to Calendar08/19/2020 07:00:00 pm08/19/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoChew in the Lou Live!What started as Nine's Facebook group to ponder food trends, restaurants, and food-related topics with other St. Louisans, Chew in the Lou is now expanding to include a series of free, live, virtual events with food chefs and public television personalities. Lasse Sorensen from Food Is Love on Nine PBS joins us live on August 1 9. A preview of his new series, a cooking demo, and Q&A with Lasse begins at 7 pm. Born in Denmark, Lasse Sorensen grew up on the outskirts of Copenhagen. His father was the pastry chef, so he grew up in the kitchen. At 15, he started he started pastry school. After graduating, Lasse began an apprenticeship at the Michelin-star restaurant La Cocotte. While working at La Cocotte, he became a part of the culinary team that created the food for the famed Academy Award-winning movie, Babette’s Feast. In 1989, Lasse moved to the U.S. He held several prestigious positions in renowned kitchens across California before moving to Southern Illinois to pursue his lifelong dream of owning his own restaurant. Lasse acquired a former roadhouse in the countryside and began operating a five-star fine-dining restaurant, called Tom’s Place, with his wife Mary Jane. Lasse’s interest in cooking for film and television was renewed when he began collaborating with WSIU Carbondale for a series of cooking shows. Fast forward to 2018, Lasse was invited to be a guest cook on the popular daytime television show, The Talk. The trip to Los Angeles and the time on set ignited a long-held idea of bringing a cooking show to life. Recalling his experiences with family and food, and the way that food can connect people, Lasse turned his personal mantra about food into the title of his new series on Nine PBS, Food Is Love, which premiered in July 2020. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/gnkr9Caroline Campanaccampana@ketc.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Nine Network of Public Media (KETC)
  9. Add to Calendar08/20/2020 12:00:00 pm08/20/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkEatin’ Crabcakes The Best I Ever HadEvery Thursday this summer, join us Maryland Public Television for a free OVEE screening that features a favorite throwback MPT production. Bring your lunch and enjoy a break with us.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/7vsu8Jessie Campbellevents@mpt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Maryland Public Television
  10. Add to Calendar08/20/2020 12:00:00 pm08/20/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkThe Making of a Young ChefGet your kids and join us as these elementary school students compete in a national "Future Chefs" competition. You will be amazed at what these culinary connoisseurs dream up in this "Asian Fusion" themed contest.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/jtzpeLehigh Valley Public Mediajimm@wlvt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Lehigh Valley Public Media
  11. Add to Calendar08/20/2020 01:30:00 pm08/20/2020 02:30:00 pmAmerica/Chicagoa kid's play about racismA groundbreaking online performance for families. This performance explains what racism is, how to know it when you see and experience it, and ideas for what you can do about it. 41 Theaters for Young Audiences bring this world premiere, online theatrical experience to children and families of in communities across the country. Recommended for ages 5+ but all ages welcome! The lead producers are Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Alliance Theatre, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. Adapted and Directed by Khalia Davis. Lyrics by Davied Morales. Music by Justin Ellington Based on the book by Jelani Memory (www.akidsbookabout.com). https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/lyw90Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  12. Add to Calendar08/20/2020 06:00:00 pm08/20/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesMuerte Silenciosa (Silent Death) Join KIXE PBS for the third film in Jesse Dizard's water trilogy.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/uod5gJulie Driverjdriver@kixe.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  13. Add to Calendar08/21/2020 06:00:00 pm08/21/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoNo More Chains TwoNo More Chains Twohttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/x4en2Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  14. Add to Calendar08/22/2020 02:30:00 pm08/22/2020 03:30:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkLegacies of Suffrage in the NPSThe event will begin at 3 p.m. From 2:30-3 p.m., please enjoy a selection of historical photos provided by the Women's Rights National Historical Park. On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment became part of the U.S. Constitution, and the right to vote in the U.S. could no longer be denied on the basis of sex. The fight for women’s suffrage was successful, but it was complex and interwoven with issues of civil and political rights for all Americans. Women's Rights National Historical Park, along with many other sites in the National Park Service, strives to share the complicated legacies of the women's suffrage movement "for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations." This program explores suffrage history through the legacies of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, and Maggie Walker. Coline Jenkins, Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., and Liza Mickens represent four significant figures in civil rights history and work to carry on and build upon the activist history in their family trees. The program will be followed by a live Q&A on Zoom about the history, significance, and legacy of the fight for women's suffrage. This program is funded by a grant from the National Park Foundation. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/gjwg2WCNYovee@wcny.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  15. Add to Calendar08/22/2020 03:30:00 pm08/22/2020 04:30:00 pmAmerica/Chicagoa kid's play about racismA groundbreaking online performance for families. This performance explains what racism is, how to know it when you see and experience it, and ideas for what you can do about it. 41 Theaters for Young Audiences bring this world premiere, online theatrical experience to children and families of in communities across the country. Recommended for ages 5+ but all ages welcome! The lead producers are Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Alliance Theatre, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. Adapted and Directed by Khalia Davis. Lyrics by Davied Morales. Music by Justin Ellington Based on the book by Jelani Memory (www.akidsbookabout.com). https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/zx58lKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  16. Add to Calendar08/23/2020 06:00:00 pm08/23/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoPromised LandPromised Landhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/3cyweKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  17. Add to Calendar08/25/2020 06:00:00 pm08/25/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesHarbor From The HolocaustJoin KQED, PBS affiliate stations, and community partners for a preview screening of Harbor From The Holocaust, a film depicting the flight of nearly 20,000 Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe to the Chinese port city of Shanghai during World War II. Tune in August 25th at 6pm. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/y9sf8Yo Ann Martinezymartinez@kqed.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  18. Add to Calendar08/25/2020 07:00:00 pm08/25/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/DenverThe Stories Of Rudolfo AnayaWelcome to ¡COLORES! From Curandera To Chupacabra: The Stories Of Rudolfo Anaya. A free screening Hosted by NMPBS and Embudo Valley Library.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/qq9afLaurel Wyckofflwyckoff@newmexicopbs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: New Mexico PBS
    RSVP
  19. Add to Calendar08/26/2020 06:00:00 pm08/26/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkAmerican Experience: The VoteWelcome to a screening and panel discussion of PBS American Experience: The Vote. On Monday, March 3, 1913, clad in a white cape astride a white horse, lawyer Inez Milholland led the great woman suffrage parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in the nation's capital. Behind her stretched a long line with nine bands, four mounted brigades, three heralds, about twenty-four floats, and more than 5,000 marchers. On August 26, a day we observe Women’s Equality Day in our nation, we invite you to watch a segment from the documentary, The Vote, which brings this parade alive to us today. You’ll learn why this event was a turning point and helped move women closer to winning the vote. The viewing will be followed by a panel discussion. Claire Winiarek - Panel Moderator Claire Wulf Winiarek is a seasoned public policy and healthcare professional with more than 15 years of experience in the public and private sectors. Claire serves as vice president of Policy for the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA), the national association representing America’s pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). She also served on staff to two members of Congress. Claire serves on the Board of Directors for URAC, a Washington, DC-based healthcare accreditation organization, and the Steering Committee for the Confidentiality Coalition, an alliance dedicated to safeguarding the privacy of patients and consumers while enabling the flow of information essential to healthcare quality, safety, and innovation. Privately, she serves as Advisory Board Chair Emeritus for the Center for Global Health at Old Dominion University, a member of the Board of Directors of the Girl Scout Council of the Colonial Coast, and as Co-founder and Curator Emeritus of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Norfolk Sally Daniel - Panelist A supporter of women’s rights since her parents told her that women couldn’t do certain (many) things. Sally advocated for civil rights and environmental rights while in high school. She graduated from Centre College (of Kentucky) with a double major in Philosophy and Psychology and a minor in Biology. She received her Master’s Degree in Community Psychology from Wichita State University. Since graduating, she has had a variety of career interests: Parole Officer, Director of a Halfway House for Felons, Religious Education Director, Program Coordinator for TCC’s Women’s Center, and an adjunct faculty member at TCC. She volunteers in many organizations, including the American Association of University’s Virginia Beach Chapter. Delegate Macia Price Del. Price represents the 95th District in the Virginia House of Delegates. In the past, she worked as a special assistant in the Virginia Liaison Office under then Governor Mark Warner and as a state coordinator for the NAACP This Is My Vote! Campaign for voter registration, education, and mobilization. In September 2016, as a project of New Virginia Majority, she worked to start the Virginia Black Leadership Organizing Collaborative (VA BLOC), a non-profit focused on "building empowered communities" through integrated voter engagement, civic involvement, and leadership development, where she serves as Director. She was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Task Group to Commemorate the Centennial Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote La Wanza Lett-Brewington, M.Ed., CA. (she/her/hers) is the Director of the Women’s Center at Old Dominion University. Author, storyteller, consultant, historian, and award-winning playwright, La Wanza has been credited for her creativity, solution-oriented approach to problem-solving, and leadership. A former Girls Scout, her favorite hobbies are reading, writing poetry, watching sci-fi movies with her daughter, and playing with her little dog, CoCo. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/siyeqNancy Rogannancy.rogan@whro.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  20. Add to Calendar08/26/2020 06:00:00 pm08/26/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoThe Story of Marcus GarveyThe Story of Marcus Garveyhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/mm0jmKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  21. Add to Calendar08/26/2020 07:00:00 pm08/26/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkThe VoteThe Historical Society of Cheshire County welcomes you to this screening of an excerpt of the American Experience documentary about the 19th Amendment: "The Vote"https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/yh271Cliff Blakecblake@nhpbs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: NHPTV
  22. Add to Calendar08/26/2020 06:30:00 pm08/26/2020 07:30:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoTHE GENE & Charles Darwin Welcome to a special screening of Ken Burns Presents THE GENE: AN INTIMATE HISTORY. Following the 33 minute GENE screening, Charles Darwin* will join us to tell stories about his amazing adventure sailing around the world on the HSM Beagle. Following Darwin's talk, you'll have the opportunity to ask him questions! *Storyteller and Science teacher Brian "Fox" Ellis will be playing the role of Charles Darwin. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/cb7yxMichael Cartonmt-carton@wiu.edufalseMM/DD/YYYY
  23. Add to Calendar08/26/2020 05:30:00 pm08/26/2020 06:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesTurn it Around ShastaTurn it Around Shasta - Stop Diabetes before it starts.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ys6p7Julie Driverjdriver@kixe.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: KIXE-TV
  24. Add to Calendar08/27/2020 12:00:00 pm08/27/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkChesapeake Bay By AirEvery Thursday this summer, join us Maryland Public Television for a free OVEE screening that features a favorite throwback MPT production. Bring your lunch and enjoy a break with us.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fcx1iJessie Campbellevents@mpt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Maryland Public Television
  25. Add to Calendar08/27/2020 12:00:00 pm08/27/2020 01:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkHarbor from the Holocaust Join us for a virtual preview of the new PBS documentary, Harbor from the Holocaust, which airs on September 8 at 10pm on WUCF. The documentary chronicles the story of nearly 20,000 Jewish refugees who fled Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II, to the Chinese port city of Shanghai. The screening will be followed by a live virtual conversation with: • Sigmund Tobias, Shanghai Survivor • Violet Du Feng, Director • Joanie Holzer Schirm, Author, My Dear Boy • Frank Xu, Shanghai historian This event is hosted in partnership with the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/0g0mfShiyana Valentine shiyana.valentine@wucf.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: WUCF TV Central Florida PBS
  26. Add to Calendar08/27/2020 06:00:00 pm08/27/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoThe Clinton 12 Desegregation CrisisThe Black community of Clinton, Tennessee had fought since 1947 for the right to a high school education. Following Brown v. Board of Education, a federal judge ordered Clinton High School to desegregate with “all deliberate speed” in the fall of 1956. The Clinton 12, the first Black students to attend Clinton High School, registered and attended school for one day without incident in late August of 1956. However, on September 1, the White Citizens Council and Klan launched full-scale rioting in Clinton. Cars were overturned, windows smashed, and Black citizens were threatened. On December 4, 1956, a white minister organized to support the Clinton 12. After escorting the students to school, he was severely beaten by a white mob. The principal closed the school until December 10, when a federal judge reaffirmed his court injunction forbidding anyone from interfering with the integration process. In 1958, the school was destroyed by dynamite.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/qponzKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  27. Add to Calendar08/27/2020 06:30:00 pm08/27/2020 07:30:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHarbor From The HolocaustWTTW believes in the power of film to engage communities in dialogue around the most important social and cultural issues of our time. Our Community Screenings bring audiences together to experience the best of PBS documentaries, to spotlight societal and culturally relevant topics that can promote healthy discussions long after the film airs. Join WTTW, The Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Chicago for a screening of Harbor from the Holocaust, a film depicting the flight of nearly 20,000 Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe to the Chinese port city of Shanghai during World War II. Take a deeper look into the acculturation of a new society through an intimate look at survivors’ families, their shared recipes, and historical context for the resettlement of Jewish communities during the Holocaust. Immediately following the screening, Kevin Ostoyich, Professor of History at Valparaiso University, will moderate a panel discussion featuring Doris Fogel, Holocaust survivor and Shanghailander; Andy Kang, Executive Director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago; and Danny Spungen, Trustee, the Florence & Laurence Spungen Family Foundation. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/qbzulagleason@wttw.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  28. Add to Calendar08/27/2020 06:00:00 pm08/27/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesMr. Tanimotos JourneyJoin KIXE PBS to watch and discuss with Jesse Dizard, the film's directorhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/vzxvqJulie Driverjdriver@kixe.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: KIXE-TV
  29. Add to Calendar08/28/2020 06:00:00 pm08/28/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoAlways In SeasonAlways in Season follows the tragedy of African American teenager Lennon Lacy, who in August 2014, was found hanging from a swing set in North Carolina. His death was ruled a suicide, but Lennon’s mother and family believe he was lynched. The film chronicles her quest to learn the truth and takes a closer look at the lingering impact of more than a century of lynching African Americans. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/da8k7Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  30. Add to Calendar08/29/2020 10:00:00 am08/29/2020 11:00:00 amAmerica/DenverIdahoPTV Presents Elinor Wonders WhyThe stories in ELINOR WONDERS WHY center around Elinor and her friends Ari, a funny and imaginative bat, and Olive, a perceptive and warm elephant. As kids explore Animal Town, they will meet all kinds of interesting, funny, and quirky characters, each with something to teach us about respecting others, the importance of diversity, caring for the environment, and working together to solve problems. In each episode, Elinor models the foundational practices of science inquiry and engineering design -- including her amazing powers of observation and willingness to ask questions and investigate. When she encounters something she doesn’t understand, like why birds have feathers or how tiny ants build massive anthills, she just can’t let it go until she figures it out. And in discovering the answers, Elinor often learns something about nature’s ingenious inventions and how they can connect to ideas in our designed world, and what it takes to live in a community.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fts7aIdahoPTV Eventsevents@idahoptv.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Idaho Public TV
  31. Add to Calendar08/30/2020 06:00:00 pm08/30/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHome of the Brave (Descendants Talk)Partnering with the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, we present our joint "Descendants Talk Mini-Festival." Viola Liuzzo was a 39-year-old Detroit teamster's wife and mother of five, who joined thousands of people converging in Selma, Alabama for the march on Montgomery, led by Martin Luther King in 1965. But shortly after the historic Voting Rights March had ended, she was shot in the head and killed by a car full of Klansmen, while driving on a deserted highway. Liuzzo's death came at a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement, when President Johnson had been fighting an uphill battle to push the Voting Rights Act through Congress. Her murder is attributed by historians of the era as providing the final piece of leverage that won Johnson approval of the Act in Congress, which forever changed our political landscape. Why do we not know the story of Viola Luizzo, while nearly everyone has heard of Goodman, Schwerner and Cheney -- the three rights workers killed the year before in Mississippi? The reasons are complex, and won't be found in history books. Immediately following her murder, Liuzzo became the target of a smear campaign, mounted by J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI, as a means of diverting attention from the fact that a key FBI informant was in the car with Liuzzo's killers. This discrediting of her name -- mostly based on her gender and wholly unfounded -- succeeded in erasing Viola Liuzzo from our cultural memory. After delving through thousands of pages of government documents and filming interviews with leaders in the fields of politics, history and forensics psychology, the filmmakers shed a new light on this complicated, buried story. Parallel to the Civil Rights struggle for which Viola lost her life is the present-day journey of her five children. Mary, the middle daughter, decides to retrace her mother's road trip from Detroit to Selma with the filmmakers. In the mid-60s she was an angry kid in the midst of a personal rebellion with her mother. The trauma of her sudden death caused her to bury any memories of her mother. Instead, she found herself reliving only the details of her gruesome death and its tumultuous aftermath. Now as an adult, she's ready to bring her back into consciousness. What she finds in Selma is both surprising and profoundly healing. Her brothers Tony and Tommy, who as boys felt the weight of it all on their shoulders, were eventually hit the hardest. Theirs is a path routed in turmoil, resulting largely from repeated failed attempts to vindicate their mother and seek justice their family. Their lives have been torn apart by what they see as a betrayal of their government, and after decades of fighting, they've each resigned themselves to their own form of refuge, which disconnects them from their sisters and the rest of the world. Home of the Brave links the personal and the political, the past and present and has a disturbing resonance to our world today.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/zzzqyKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  32. Add to Calendar08/31/2020 06:00:00 pm08/31/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlack August: A Hip Hop DocumentaryBlack August: A Hip Hop Documentaryhttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fpig4Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  33. Add to Calendar09/04/2020 06:00:00 pm09/04/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHidden Colors: Part 2Hidden Colors is an ongoing documentary filmseries directed by Tariq Nasheed and produced through King Flex Entertainment, to explain and describe the marginalizing of African Americans in America and the world. The first four films were funded by separate Kickstarter campaigns, and the fifth film was funded using Indiegogo. Hidden Colors: Part 2 (The Triumph of Melanin), is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary about the untold history of people of African and aboriginal descent. This installment of goes into topics such as the global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, how thriving Black economic communities were undermined in America and much more. Hidden Colors: Part 2 features Michelle Alexander, KRS-One, Tariq Nasheed, Runoko Rashidi, Phil Valentine, James Small, Claud Anderson, Tony Browder, Booker T. Coleman, and Umar Johnson.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/taxofKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  34. Add to Calendar09/09/2020 06:00:00 pm09/09/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoFreedom WritersIt’s 1994 and Long Beach, California is a racially divided community filled with drugs, gang warfare and homicides. Inside the classroom, Erin Gruwell encounters hostility and racial divisions between students. The struggle and strife on the streets has carried into the school halls. Follow a teacher’s journey to change the lives of her students. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/0b326apjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  35. Add to Calendar09/16/2020 07:00:00 pm09/16/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkBethlehem SteelBethlehem Steel: The People Who Built America. Discover the amazing history of Bethlehem Steel from a booming multi-national company to a historic landmark in south Bethlehem. Meet the workers who helped to build America and discover the legacy left behind by the corporation.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/s0dcvLehigh Valley Public Mediajimm@wlvt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Lehigh Valley Public Media
  36. Add to Calendar09/16/2020 06:00:00 pm09/16/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoJim Crow of the NorthRoots of racial disparities are seen through a new lens in this film that explores the origins of housing segregation in the Minneapolis area. But the story also illustrates how African-American families and leaders resisted this insidious practice, and how Black people built community — within and despite — the red lines that these restrictive covenants created.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ytfggapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  37. Add to Calendar09/17/2020 06:30:00 pm09/17/2020 07:30:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkMore or Less of a Perfect Union-WHUTJoin the film preview and discussion of A More or Less Perfect Union (2020) explores the most contentious issues in American history and today through the lens of the U.S. Constitution. The groundbreaking three-part public television series tells the story of how the framers put freedom in writing; how amendment after amendment finally spread freedom to all of “we the people,” and how we still struggle today to preserve the freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution. Hosted by U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg—a national authority on the Constitution, with 30 years of experience on the Federal appeals court in Washington, DC. Throughout the series, experts of all stripes—conservative, progressive, and libertarian—debate key issues of liberty: freedom of religion and press, slavery, civil rights, the Second Amendment, separation of powers, and more. Following the screening of excerpts from the series we will have a panel discussion and audience questions.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/e74ealhaj@howard.edufalseMM/DD/YYYY
  38. Add to Calendar09/17/2020 05:30:00 pm09/17/2020 06:30:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoRST's NTGD Screening of UnsettledWe're excited to have you at Refugee Services of Texas' North Texas Day film screening of Unsettled! Please find the event schedule below and visit www.rstx.org to find and grab your tickets for a chance to win our raffle prizes! Evening Schedule: 5:30 PM: Exclusive Discussion with Special Guest* + raffle starts 6:00 PM: Ethiopian Coffee & Popcorn Ceremony demonstration 6:30 PM: Film Screening begins, raffle ends 8:00 PM: Film Screening ends, Panel Discussion begins 9:00 PM: Winners announced LIVE/Program concludes *Sponsorship of Screenwriter + For more information about North Texas Giving Day, please visit https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/refugee-services-of-texashttps://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/3z05vMiranda Robertsmroberts@rstx.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Refugee Services of Texas
  39. Add to Calendar09/17/2020 06:30:00 pm09/17/2020 07:30:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkWOUB's Our Town: GallipolisWelcome to the premiere screening of Our Town: Gallipolis! We are truly excited to be able to finally show you this wonderful program. "Doors" will open at 6 p.m. The screening will start at 6:30 p.m.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/g5m5fCheri Russorussoc@ohio.edufalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: WOUB Public Media
  40. Add to Calendar09/17/2020 06:00:00 pm09/17/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesThe First Rainbow CoalitionWelcome to the KIXE PBS It's Our Neighborhood film and discussion series. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/q371cJulie Driverjdriver@kixe.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: KIXE-TV
  41. Add to Calendar09/18/2020 06:00:00 pm09/18/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHidden Colors: Part 3Hidden Colors is an ongoing documentary filmseries directed by Tariq Nasheed and produced through King Flex Entertainment, to explain and describe the marginalizing of African Americans in America and the world. The first four films were funded by separate Kickstarter campaigns, and the fifth film was funded using Indiegogo. Hidden Colors: Part 3 (The Rules of Racism) tackles the taboo subject of systematic racism. The film explores how institutional racism effects all areas of human activity, and the rules, laws, and public policies that are utilized to maintain this system. Hidden Colors: Part 3 features Shahrazad Ali, Carol Anderson, David Banner, Dick Gregory, Paul Mooney, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Nas, Tariq Nasheed, Killer Mike, Phil Valentine, Frances Cress Welsing, George Fraser, Joy Degruy, Umar Johnson, and Kaba Kamene.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/g3v96Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  42. Add to Calendar09/22/2020 06:00:00 pm09/22/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 1)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/c88kqKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  43. Add to Calendar09/24/2020 06:00:00 pm09/24/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 2)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/5idwdKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  44. Add to Calendar09/25/2020 06:00:00 pm09/25/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoHidden Colors: Part 4Hidden Colors is an ongoing documentary filmseries directed by Tariq Nasheed and produced through King Flex Entertainment, to explain and describe the marginalizing of African Americans in America and the world. The first four films were funded by separate Kickstarter campaigns, and the fifth film was funded using Indiegogo. Hidden Colors: Part 4 (The Religion of White Supremacy) features scholars, historians, and social commentators who uncovered such amazing facts about things such as: The original image of Christ; the true story about the Moors; the original people of Asia; the great west African empires; and more. Hidden Colors: Part 4 features Tariq Nasheed, Jennifer Tosch, Tony Browder, Llaila Afrika, Boyce Watkins, Robin Walker, Phil Valentine, James Small, Eric Sheppard, Patricia Newton, Nteri Nelson, Killer Mike, Kaba Kamene, Jim Brown, and Delbert Blair.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/brcgbKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  45. Add to Calendar09/26/2020 10:00:00 am09/26/2020 11:00:00 amAmerica/New_YorkSCSD Education Foundation BreakfastThe Syracuse City School District Educational Foundation is pleased to partner with WCNY to host the 17th Annual Recognition Breakfast. Due to COVID-19 health and safety regulations, the breakfast has been transformed into a virtual event and television broadcast. At 9:30 a.m., you can watch the half-hour premiere of the SCSD Educational Foundation Recognition Breakfast on WCNY-TV. At 10 a.m., the hour-long awards ceremony will begin on OVEE. Join us in honoring the teachers and volunteers who have gone above and beyond in supporting the education of Syracuse City students. We hope you will support the 2020 Educational Foundation Virtual Recognition Breakfast. The success of the Syracuse City School District is fundamental to the health and vitality of the greater Central New York community and we thank you for your commitment to the education of our students Donations can be made at www.scsdfoundation.org, or by contacting Foundation administrator Jan Quitzau at 315.391.0259 or by email at jquitzau@scsdfoundation.org https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/z2k1nWCNYovee@wcny.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
  46. Add to Calendar09/29/2020 06:00:00 pm09/29/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 3)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/t4dyuKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  47. Add to Calendar09/30/2020 07:00:00 pm09/30/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkFinding Your Roots - ScreeningThis screening is an overview of the second half of the season six, featuring Henry Louis Gates, Jr.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/reufgLehigh Valley Public Mediajimm@wlvt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Lehigh Valley Public Media
  48. Add to Calendar09/30/2020 06:00:00 pm09/30/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoThe First Rainbow Coalition In 1969, the Chicago Black Panther Party began to form alliances across lines of race and ethnicity with other community-based movements in the city, including the Latino group the Young Lords Organization and the southern whites of the Young Patriots. Banding together in one of the most segregated cities in postwar America to collectively confront issues such as police brutality and substandard housing, they called themselves the Rainbow Coalition. The First Rainbow Coalition tells the movement’s little-known story through rare archival footage and interviews with former coalition members in present-day. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/9z0vtKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  49. Add to Calendar10/01/2020 06:00:00 pm10/01/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 4)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/bsyjoKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  50. Add to Calendar10/02/2020 06:00:00 pm10/02/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoCrime + PunishmentThis film chronicles the real struggles of a group of Black whistleblower cops in NYC as they fight back against the illegal arrest quotas they’re pressured to abide by.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/3dibaKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  51. Add to Calendar10/03/2020 06:00:00 pm10/03/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoThe Battle for Ranked Choice VotingFrom Maine to New Mexico, citizens across America are clamoring for free and fair elections through Ranked Choice Voting (RCV). Our story unfolds as voters organizing to enact the reform face fierce pushback from establishment politicians. The film looks at the historical rise, fall, and rebirth of RCV in the United States and abroad, and embed viewers in the front line of the battle raging over voters’ rights. Through a ballot measure in November 2016, the citizens of Maine voted to become the first state in the nation to use Ranked Choice Voting statewide for federal and state elections. One year later, the legislature and governor moved to kill the bill, claiming it was unconstitutional. However, the people have final say through a process called the People’s Veto. Now they have 90 days to collect over sixty thousand signatures in the depth of the Maine winter. Will they succeed? Enlivened with colorful hand-drawn animation, The Battle for Ranked Choice Voting follows Maine’s story, drops in on cities like Memphis, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Santa Fe that have adopted Ranked Choice Voting, and takes viewers on a whirlwind tour of non-plurality systems dominant throughout the world. Follow this citizen uprising to restore our failing democracy!https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/1bk3jKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  52. Add to Calendar10/06/2020 06:00:00 pm10/06/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 5)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/df4wbKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  53. Add to Calendar10/08/2020 06:00:00 am10/08/2020 07:00:00 amAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 6)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/5pionKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  54. Add to Calendar10/13/2020 06:00:00 pm10/13/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 7)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/x69icKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  55. Add to Calendar10/14/2020 07:00:00 pm10/14/2020 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkForged in SteelForged in Steel - The Roots of American Soccer. This 30-minute documentary chronicles the history of America’s first soccer dynasty, Bethlehem Steel FC. This special reveals the story of the team through the eyes of historians, soccer enthusiasts and super fans. The original Bethlehem Steel FC was one of the most dominant teams in the history of the sport. This “super team” acted as a catalyst to establish soccer as a major sport in America.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/rd6mcLehigh Valley Public Mediajimm@wlvt.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Lehigh Valley Public Media
  56. Add to Calendar10/14/2020 06:00:00 pm10/14/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoMillion Man March: The Untold StoryMany stories have been told about the Million Man March. Is there an untold story? If so, what is it? Witness as we hear from the man through whom the March was called, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. What inspired the call and what caused two million Black men to respond? What role did religion play? Why was the call only to men? What happened to the money? Why go to the Middle East and Africa after the March? Should we have another March? Find out the answers to these and other questions in this documentary, The Million Man March – The Untold Story. Also features: Chuck D (Public Enemy frontman and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee), Rev. Willie Wilson (Pastor of Union Temple Baptist Church), the late Marion Barry (Former mayor of Washington, DC and DC Councilmember), Student Minister Dr. Ava Muhammad, Esq. (National Spokesperson and lawyer for the Nation of Islam), the late Dr. Dorothy Height (Founder and former President of the National Council of Negro Women), Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad, (National Assistant to Minister Farrakhan), Ice-T, (Hip Hop artist and star of Law & Order), Student Minister Abdul Sharrieff Muhammad (Former Supreme Captain of the Nation of Islam), Student Minister Abdul Khadir Muhammad (Student Representative of the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern Regions), Rock Newman (Boxing promoter and radio host) and others.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/oduadKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  57. Add to Calendar10/15/2020 06:00:00 pm10/15/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 8)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/8qo56Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  58. Add to Calendar10/16/2020 08:00:00 am10/16/2020 09:00:00 amAmerica/ChicagoMillion Man March (10/16/1995) Called by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, The Holy Day of Atonement, also known as the Million Man March, was held on and around the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on October 16, 1995. Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jr., founder of the National African American Leadership Summit (NAALS), a coalition of leading civil rights activists, served as National Director of the Million Man March. NAALS worked with the Nation of Islam, as well as with state and local chapters of the National Association for the Advanced of Colored People (NAACP), and dozens of other civil rights organizations, the form the Million Man March Organizing Committee. Well over one million Black men, from each of the 50 American states, converged on Washington, D.C., the answer the call to "convey to the world a vastly different picture of the Black male" and to unite in self-help and self-defense against economic and social ills plaguing the Black community in America. On the same day, Black women around the nation participated in a Day of Absence where millions of women showed solidarity on that day by staying home from their usual school, work, and social engagements, in favor of attending teach-ins, and worship services, focusing on the struggle for a healthy and self-sufficient black community. The speakers that preceded the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan included: Mayor Marion & Cora Barry, James Bevel, Hartford Brookins, Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr., Congressman John Conyers Jr., Dick Gregory, Dorothy Height, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Dr. Maulana N. Karenga, Bob Law, Rev. Joseph E. Lowery, Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti, Congressman Kweisi Mfume, Dr. Leonard Muhammad, Babacar Ndiaye, Rosa Parks, Congressman Donald M. Payne, Congressman Charles B. Rangel, Congressman Gus Savage, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, Dr. Betty Shabazz, Rev. Al Sharpton Jr., Archbishop George Stallings, Mark Thompson, Stevie Wonder, and Conrad Worrill.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/n5ithKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  59. Add to Calendar10/20/2020 06:00:00 pm10/20/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 9)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/juv5aKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  60. Add to Calendar10/20/2020 06:00:00 pm10/20/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBy One VoteIn August 1920 in Nashville, Tennessee legislators cast the deciding vote to ratify the 19th Amendment, thus giving women in the United States the right to vote. Narrated by Rosanne Cash, NPT’s original documentary BY ONE VOTE: WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN THE SOUTH chronicles events leading up to that turbulent, nail-biting showdown. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/a3gkzKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  61. Add to Calendar10/22/2020 06:00:00 pm10/22/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoBlacks, Blues, Black! (Episode 10)During the summer of 1968, KQED in San Francisco co-produced, along with the Ford Foundation's National Educational Television (the predecessor to today's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)), a ten episode series entitled "Blacks, Blues, Black!" hosted by Maya Angelou. The series was thought to be lost. In 2013, Maya Angelou stated publicly that she wished that the series had been archived, initiating a nationwide search for it. The complete series was soon located in the Library of Congress. After a year-long digitalizing project, on May 14, 2014, the series was finally ready for public viewing again. Maya Angelou was immediately notified and plans begun to air the series nationally. Then, on May 28, 2014, Maya Angelou died. The plans were abandoned. This screening will be the first national pubic screening of "Blacks, Blues, Black!" since 1968. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/c4cesKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
    RSVP
  62. Add to Calendar10/24/2020 06:00:00 pm10/24/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoAmerica's Great Divide (Part 1)"America's Great Divide: From Obama to Trump" is a FRONTLINE PBS investigation into America’s increasingly bitter, divided and toxic politics. Part One of the documentary traces how Barack Obama’s promise of unity collapsed as increasing racial, cultural and political divisions laid the groundwork for the rise of Donald Trump.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/d09hgKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  63. Add to Calendar10/25/2020 06:00:00 pm10/25/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoAmerica's Great Divide (Part 2)"America's Great Divide: From Obama to Trump" is a FRONTLINE PBS investigation into America’s increasingly bitter, divided and toxic politics. Part Two of the documentary examines how Donald Trump’s campaign exploited the country’s divisions and how his presidency has unleashed anger on both sides of the divide.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/i5rdeKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  64. Add to Calendar10/31/2020 06:00:00 pm10/31/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoElectoral DysfunctionThere’s Something Funny About Voting in America For starters, where is the Electoral College—and does it have a winning football team? Why does America have 13,000 voting districts, each with its own set of rules? And why are residents of our nation’s capital denied full voting rights? Electoral Dysfunction, a feature-length documentary created by a team of award-winning filmmakers, uses humor and wit to take an irreverent—but nonpartisan—look at voting in America. Hosted by political humorist Mo Rocca — a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, a panelist on NPR’s hit quiz show Wait, Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!, and a former correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart — the film opens as Mo makes an eye-opening discovery: The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee the right to vote. Mo sets out to learn why the Founding Fathers deliberately omitted the right to vote from the Constitution—and to understand the consequences of this decision. His quest leads him to Indiana, which has some of the strictest voting laws in the country. He meets two impassioned local activists—Republican Dee Dee Benkie of Versailles and Democrat Mike Marshall of North Vernon—who take him inside their efforts to turn out every vote. Dee Dee, a member of the Republican National Committee who worked in Karl Rove’s office at the White House, has met her match in Mike, a veteran political consultant and former State Representative. Things heat up when the Republicans file a lawsuit challenging thousands of Democratic absentee ballots. As he progresses on his journey, Mo explores the heated debate over Voter ID and voter fraud; searches for the Electoral College; gets to know a former felon who mistakenly believed she was disenfranchised for life; critiques ballot design with Todd Oldham; and encounters a range of activists, experts, and election administrators, along with some highly opinionated third graders, who offer commentary on how voting works—or doesn’t work—in America. Woven throughout the film are sequences in which Mo meets reformers working to bring greater fairness and transparency to our election system. Among these reformers are proponents of the National Popular Vote Campaign, who have devised a plan to reform the Electoral College without a Constitutional amendment. Although this pragmatic measure—which would result in direct election of the President—has already passed in 31 state legislative chambers, it has received scant attention from the mainstream media. These stories carry the film into the future while giving viewers concrete steps they can take to help bring about change.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/vooadKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  65. Add to Calendar11/01/2020 06:00:00 pm11/01/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoRigged: Voter Suppression PlaybookNarrated by Jeffrey Wright, Rigged chronicles how our right to vote is being undercut by a decade of dirty tricks - including the partisan use of gerrymandering and voter purges, and the gutting of the Voting Rights Act by the Supreme Court. The film captures real-time voter purges in North Carolina and voter intimidation in Texas.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/3cwvxKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  66. Add to Calendar11/02/2020 06:00:00 pm11/02/2020 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoLet My People Vote / One Vote*******Let My People Vote (short)******* Filmed in Tampa during the 2016 presidential election, this verité short covers a day in the life of civil rights activist and former felon Desmond Meade. [ *******One Vote (feature)******* Filmed in five locations on a single day, One Vote captures the compelling stories of diverse voters on Election Day 2016. At times funny, surprising and heart-wrenching, the film eschews partisan politics in favor of an honest portrayal. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/fibgoKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  67. Add to Calendar01/01/2021 06:00:00 pm01/01/2021 07:00:00 pmAmerica/Chicago1804: The Hidden History of HaitiThe history of how Haiti won its independence, carrying out the first-ever successful slave rebellion.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/x3gl6Kwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement
  68. Add to Calendar02/07/2021 06:00:00 pm02/07/2021 07:00:00 pmAmerica/ChicagoSay Her Name: Sandra BlandBehind-the-scenes look at what happened to Sandra Bland, an Black woman who died in police custody after a routine traffic stop.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/b6wjhKwami Abdul-Beyapjmm2019@gmail.comfalseMM/DD/YYYY
    Presented by: Arkansas Peace & Justice Memorial Movement

RVSP to receive details and a reminder email about online screening event.

Thanks!

We'll send a reminder email one hour before the online screening event starts.

Be sure to create an OVEE account before the screening day.
 Add to CalendarfalseMM/DD/YYYY

Sorry!

We can't take RSVPs right now.
Please try again later.