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  • 02/22 Wednesday
    River Walk & Tea
    12:45pm–2:15pm
  • 02/23 Thursday
    Advanced Cross Country Skiing
    10:00am–10:45am
    Walking with an Initiative | Faith
    1:00pm–1:45pm
    Life Worth Living
    7:00pm–8:30pm
    February Book Group | Flannery O'Connor Short Stories
    7:00pm–8:00pm
  • 02/24 Friday
    February Book Group | Flannery O'Connor Short Stories
    11:00am–12:00pm
  • 02/25 Saturday
    Open Art Studio for Kids
    10:30am–3:30pm
    River Walk & Tea
    12:45pm–2:15pm
    Saturday Family Matinee
    12:30pm–4:30pm
    Film Screening | 13th
    3:00pm–4:40pm
    Winter Outing Hike | Outdoor Photography
    4:30pm–5:30pm

River Walk & Tea

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Grace Farms

Film Screening | 13th

Film Screening | 13th

Register Now

Date

February 25, 2017
3:00 pm–4:40 pm

Venue

Grace Farms, Lecture Hall

Ticket price

Free

Join us for a screening of the Academy Award-nominated documentary, 13th. Named for the constitutional amendment that abolished slavery and directed by Ava DuVernay, the film depicts how slavery, Jim Crow, and racial oppression in the United States have evolved through political and economic initiatives, culminating in today's prison industrial complex.

This screening is part of Grace Farms' Race & American Memory series, which examines the ways in which Americans comprehend and recall national history, and seeks to revisit instances, ideas, and lives that have suffered negative revision or erasure.

Adults
Seniors
Teens

Justice

Arts

Join us for a screening of the Academy Award-nominated documentary, 13th. Named for the constitutional amendment that abolished slavery and directed by Ava DuVernay, the film depicts how slavery, Jim Crow, and racial oppression in the United States have evolved through political and economic initiatives, culminating in today's prison industrial complex.

This screening is part of Grace Farms' Race & American Memory series, which examines the ways in which Americans comprehend and recall national history, and seeks to revisit instances, ideas, and lives that have suffered negative revision or erasure.

Adults
Seniors
Teens

Justice

Arts

Register Now

Date

February 25, 2017
3:00 pm–4:40 pm

Venue

Grace Farms, Lecture Hall

Ticket price

Free