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A Film Screening, Panel, and Discussion - Venue Change

Belmont Against Racism & METCO Friends Organization Present


What Makes Me White?

A film screening, panel, and discussion with
Emmy Award-winning independent filmmaker Aimée Sands

Designed as a gentle tool for both the classroom and diversity training workshops, WHAT MAKES ME WHITE is a personal and poetic exploration of whiteness as a learned racial identity. Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Aimée Sands takes a uniquely inquiring approach in this documentary, inviting audiences to ask new questions of themselves about the role of race in their lives.

Thursday, March 20, 2014
7-9 p.m.
9 Lexington Street (Waverly Square), Belmont

Panel discussion to follow viewing of the film.

RSVP Requested but not required at belmontagainstracism@gmail.com

Aimée Sands spent many years making in-depth news and documentaries for WGBH Radio and TV. She has won almost 20 awards for her work. What Makes Me White? is funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.