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Native Americans & African Americans: The Process and Progress of Overcoming Racism
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, FRONTLINE PBS, Southern University Law Center, and the Southern University's Native American Law and Policy Institute, invite you to join a virtual discussion around the Civil Rights Cold Case multimedia investigation, Un(re)solved. The program will review the cases of Peter Francis, a member of the Passamaquoddy Indian tribe, and the cases of Denver Smith and Leonard Brown who were both students at Southern University when they were killed by police. The program will also preview of the upcoming FRONTLINE documentary, “American Reckoning.”

Ed Pratt: Southern University alumnus
Yoruba Richen: Director, "American Reckoning"
David Sickey: CEO, Sickey Global Strategies, LLC
Michael D.O. Rusco: Assoc. Professor, Native American Law and Policy Institute, Southern University Law Center
Brad Lichtenstein: Director, "American Reckoning"
Ada Goodly: Director, Louis B. Berry Institute for Civil Rights and Justice, Southern University Law Center (moderator)

Un(re)solved is a digital first, multi-platform project that features innovative storytelling through interactive media, a podcast series, an immersive installation and exhibition, as well as a forthcoming documentary film -- all to provide a national conversation and way of addressing America’s difficult history concerning race and violence.

Experience the Un(re)solved multi-platform initiative by visiting: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/unresolved/

Nov 30, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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