Reels for Rights: Friday, November 30th

You are cordially invited to attend the Reels for Rights: US Human Rights Media Arts Screening on Friday, November 30th at 6pm in New York City. Reels for Rights aspires to raise consciousness about human rights in the United States.  It seeks to shed light on the domestic human rights crisis, amplify and advance the work of social movement builders, foster partnerships across sectors and communities and catalyze vibrant media arts dedicated to these goals. This Screening is the first step along the way to an inaugural Reels for Rights U.S. Human Rights Media Arts Festival and we hope you’ll join us!

Learn More and Register HERE

Overview of the Screening:

The Reels for Rights Screening is on Friday, November 30th at 6pm and will be followed by an after-party of dinner, music and dancing! This public event, hosted in conjunction with the U.S. Human Rights Fund, will showcase galvanizing and thought-provoking films and discussion as a taste of the media and collaborations that will be nurtured by the Reels for Rights Festival.

This program includes excerpts from: The Sky is Pink by Josh Fox, The Strength of the Storm by Rob Koier and the Vermont Workers Center, Dear Mandela on U.S. Tour by Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza and Organizing to Protect our Fire Stations produced by Media Mobilizing Project.

Information:

Extended Registration Deadline! RSVP by following this link, clicking the ‘Register Now’ button, and we’ll send you updates in the coming weeks. If you can think of other people or organizations whom you think would be interested in this event, please forward them this email.

Where: James Chapel, Union Theological Seminary, 3041 Broadway, New York City, 10027.

If you have any questions, please email reels4rights@nesri.org or contact Ben Whelan at The National Economic and Social Rights Initiative on (212) 253.1710, Ext 313.

We look forward to seeing you there,

The Reels for Rights Planning Committee

Sponsoring Organizations

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