From executive producers Shawn “JAY Z” Carter and Harvey Weinstein, TIME: The Kalief Browder Story is a six-part documentary series about a 16-year-old student from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime.
TIME will explore the impact Kalief’s ordeal is having on the criminal justice system and steps that can be taken to advocate on behalf of young men and women of color – and their families – whose lives have been affected by incarceration.
This special screening is the first public showing of Episodes 1 and 2 of the film. It will take place at Kalief Browder’s former school, Bronx Community College, in the landmark Gould Memorial Library.
A discussion with a special guest moderator, the filmmakers and members of the Browder family will be held after the screening.
A moment of silence will follow.
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT THE SCREENING
Arrive by 5:15pm with printed or electronic ticket, including confirmation number.
Doors open for TICKET HOLDERS at 5:15pm.
All reserved tickets will be RELEASED AT 5:45pm.
In the event seating is available, STANDBY guests will be admitted on a first-come-first-served basis at 5:45pm.
Bags may be checked upon entry.
Screening begins promptly at 6pm!
RATING AND AGE OF ADMISSION
While there is no minimum age of entry, the documentary includes images of violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
For more information call, 718.289.5973.