The Edge of Each Other's Battles: The Vision of Audre Lorde, Nov. 7

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The Edge of Each Other’s Battles: The Vision of Audre Lorde, Nov. 7

The Margaret Burroughs Centennial Film Series concludes with a moving tribute to legendary Black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde.
Made in L.A. (Hecho en L.A.), Nov. 8

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Made in L.A. (Hecho en L.A.), Nov. 8

The remarkable story of three undocumented Latina immigrants working in Los Angeles garment sweatshops as they embark on a three-year odyssey in the streets and in the courtroom to win basic labor protections from a trendy clothing retailer.
The 90s: Architecture and Design, Dec. 10

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The 90s: Architecture and Design, Dec. 10

South Side Projections and the Hyde Park Art Center present The 90's: Architecture and Design on a loop.
IFAFF: "Black and Blue" with panel discussion

IFAFF: “Black and Blue” with panel discussion

A screening of a 1987 film about police brutality against people of color in Philadelphia, followed by a panel discussion featuring member of the Chicago Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression.
The Black G.I. (1970) with Devorah Heitner and Bennie Webb

The Black G.I. (1970) with Devorah Heitner and Bennie Webb

A screening of a 1970 episode of Black Journal devoted to the discrimination faced by Black American soldiers in Vietnam, followed by a conversation between author Devorah Heitner and Vietnam veteran Bennie Webb.
The Holy Outlaw with panel discussion

The Holy Outlaw with panel discussion

A 1970 public television documentary about Father David Berrigan, a member of the Catonsville Nine, who destroyed draft records in 1968 and waited to be arrested, followed by a panel discussion featuring author Rosalie Riegle along with Thom Clark and Bill Sell, who participated in similar actions.
Wild Women Don't Have the Blues, May 2

Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues, May 2

Tuesday, May 2, 7pm DuSable Museum of African American History 740 E. 56th Pl. Free admission Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues shows how the blues were born out of the economic and social transformation of African American life early in this century. It recaptures the lives and times of Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Ida...
I Be Done Been Was Is: An Interview with Director Debra Robinson

I Be Done Been Was Is: An Interview with Director Debra Robinson

Our events coordinator Zachary Baker-Salmon interviewed Debra Robinson, the director of I Be Done Been Was Is, in preparation for our screening of her film at the DuSable Museum of African American History on March 7, part of the Margaret Burroughs Centennial Film Series. Debra will be at the screening! So will comedian Kellye Howard!...