The focus of this year’s film selections are meant to highlight the role of African Americans in creating an inclusive American civil society over several generations. This year’s films cover several topics and were selected primarily for their part in telling stories that moved civil liberties forward for all Americans.
Tuesday, February 7's feature is STROLLING Directed by Cecile Emeke. 51 mins.
This short documentary takes a stroll with people in various cities and countries around the world, having refreshingly raw and honest conversations about various issues at the forefront of their society. Strolling touches upon everything from feminism, sexuality, gender, race and politics to philosophy, art, history, capitalism, war and poverty.
Discussion Leaders: NANA BOATENG and MARISSA MORALES, Carter G. Woodson Diversity Peer Education Team
About the Carter G. Woodson Center
The Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education fosters communication about Berea’s Great Commitment:
“To assert the kinship of all people and provide interracial education with a particular emphasis on understanding and equality among blacks and whites.”
We promote social and cultural change and exchange that underscores our institutional motto:
“God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth.”
In our service to faculty, staff, students and community, we offer various programs in the Center. The Center is in the Alumni Building on Berea’s campus.