Docs & Dialogues
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The Carey Institute and Logan Nonfiction Program, in partnership with WMHT, present this screening of two POV shorts about the experience of African Americans in America.
A panel discussion and Q&A will follow the screening.
Producing Artistic Director, Black Theatre Troupe of Upstate NY
Rich Jackson, Producing Artistic Director
The Nat Turner Review/Los Banditos Chocolates
Paul & Mary Liz Stewart
Co-Founders, Underground Railroad Education Center
Through the deeply personal truths of three local residents, an examination of the ways trauma repeats and reinvents itself in rural Black communities.
POV Shorts: The Changing Same
In the Florida Panhandle lies the provincial town of Marianna, Florida, where one native resident runs a particular marathon in hopes of lifting the veil of racial terror caused by the town’s buried history.
WMHT Public Media, located in New York State's Capital Region, serving Eastern New York and Western New England, is the only locally owned, nonprofit, multichannel public communications organization that reaches beyond the traditional broadcasting model to act as a leader by convening arts, culture, learning and civic interests. WMHT focuses on Community, Culture and Connections by providing entertainment, enrichment and engagement through television, radio, digital media, and educational services.
- The Carey Institue for Global Good
The Carey Institute for Global Good is dedicated to making a better world by contributing to a strong, educated and just society. The Logan Nonfiction Program is a residential fellowship for writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters and multimedia creators.
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