Two chapters of the Little Brother film series will screen and executive producer Nicole Franklin will lead a discussion at The Downtown Mayo Clinic Campus for their February discussion, “A Century of Black Life, History and Culture.” The panel will include community leaders and the event is hosted by The Mayo Clinic’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Little Brother is co-hosting a Twitter chat with online publication The Good Men Project this Wednesday, February 4 at 9pmEST with special guest Roosevelt Mitchell III, M.ED, aka @DisabledScholar. Join us at #GoodMenChat as we discuss the perils and solutions on the topic “Real Lessons on Special Education and African American Boys.” Also, please visit our national partners, www.saveoursonsnight.com for month-long events as well. Tweet with us and please share the #GoodMenChat hashtag along with #LittleBrotherFilm to continue this dialogue.
Little Brother Film Consultant Dr. Raymond Winbush will moderate a discussion at Fisk University’s Jubilee Hall on Thursday, September 18, 2014, 5:30pm. Screening that evening will be Little Brother: Things Fall Apart (Chapter 1 – Camden, NJ) and Little Brother: The Street (Chapter 2 – Chicago, IL).