Film Screening of the "Whose Streets? Our Streets: Current Seen

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Douglass Auditorium at 36 King St.

36 King Street

Rochester, NY 14608

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Activism & Social Documentary Photography: A Film Screening and Discussion of the "Whose Streets? Our Streets!"
a Current Seen event

The Whose Streets? Our Streets! short documentary film features interviews with many of the photographers and will be followed by a facilitated discussion by Calvin Eaton featuring Tamar Carroll and Josh Meltzer of the ways in which activists and photographers can collaborate to further movements for social justice.

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---> Registration online is required
---> Free with a $2 suggested donation
---> There will also be a slide show of current work, 2016-present, by the same photographers, exploring contemporary social movements and issues.

About the Whose Streets Exhibit
The "Whose Streets? Our Streets!": New York City, 1980-2000 project brings together the work of 38 independent photographers who chronicled movements for social change. Collectively, this work documents a range of social justice issues including housing and gentrification; race relations and police brutality; HIV/AIDS and queer activism; feminism and reproductive rights; labor and education; and war and the environment.

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Learn more --> http://www.whosestreets.photo/

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Douglass Auditorium at 36 King St.

36 King Street

Rochester, NY 14608

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