In the summer of 1964, a quiet revolution began in Mississippi when a group of Black and White women reached across the chasm of race, class, geography, and religion to help end segregation in America. This quiet revolution, called ‘Wednesdays in Mississippi,’ is a story of courage, danger, and transformation that has never been told.
Date: Sunday, February 9, 3PM
Location: James Room, 4th Floor, Barnard Hall
Participants in the Discussion Include:
Cyndi Stivers (moderator)
Penelope Falk – editor
Caitlin Boyle- Founder and President of Film Sprout
Shola Lynch – documentary filmmaker