Peace and Justice Film Review

Event details

  • Tuesday | July 7, 2020
  • 07:00 PM -
  • Zoom

Join a discussion of the films Selma and Just Mercy

We have all seen the protests and felt the angst surrounding the death of George Floyd. In light of the current focus on racial issues, Peace and Justice is coordinating a discussion of two important films: Selma, focusing on events leading up to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and Just Mercy, which looks at attorney Bryan Stevenson’s work to defend those wrongly condemned or unable to afford representation.

A number of streaming services, including YouTube, Amazon Prime, and GooglePlay, are offering free viewing of these films throughout the month of June.

On July 7, we will come together via Zoom to discuss these two films from both historical and faith perspectives. Please join us for what promises to be a timely and fruitful discussion. Contact Mandy Thomas for a discussion guide and Zoom information.