Monday, May 10th & Tuesday, May 11th
12pm & 7pm Showtimes
In “After Selma,” Emmy-winning filmmaker and author Loki Mulholland, civil rights veteran JoAnne Bland and New York Times best-selling author Carol Anderson dive into the history of voter suppression and the need to challenge it in order to preserve democracy and equality for all.
Community Discussion with JoAnne Bland and Loki Mulholland
Thursday, May 13th
JoAnne Bland's early involvement in the struggle against Jim Crow has been the foundation and fuel for her civil and human rights work. Bland is the owner and operator of Journeys for the Soul, a touring agency that specializes in civil rights tours with a major focus on Selma.
Loki Mulholland is the son of civil rights icon Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. Mulholland’s his films on race and social justice issues have won 20 Best Documentary awards. He is the founder and executive director of the Joan Trumpauer Mulholland Foundation, which was created to end racism through education.