“The first step in addressing racism in society and in the church is to acknowledge its persistence in ourselves and our institutions and in cultural attitudes.”
~Marvin L. Krier Mich, The Challenge and Spirituality of Catholic Social Teaching
One of RocACTS Founders
All are invited
to view a screening of The Interview (a short film) at the Little Theatre on
Thursday, January 20th @ 7:00 pm.
In partnership with RocACTS, the Parole Justice Coalition with VOCAL-NY presents a creation by filmmakers from Oprah Winfrey's TV network, Jonathan Miller and Zachary Russo entitled "The Interview".
The film reveals the human cost of New York's broken parole release process and why reform is needed. You can watch a trailer for the documentary here. The film is approximately 21 minutes in duration, and we'll have a panel discussion after.
Here's a tentative run of show:
7:00pm • Doors Open
7:30pm • Short introduction
7:35pm • Film (21 mins)
7:56pm • Panel Q&A
8:40pm • Screening Ends (approx.)
This event will be free and open to the public, with proof of vaccination, masking and photo ID required. Event Registration at https://thelittle.org/interviewfilm/
WE ARE An interfaith,
multi-racial organization, working to empower
An interfaith community-organizing project of urban and suburban congregations shaping the political, social and economic decisions that impact our lives.
Roc/ACTS is open to all denominations and community organizations who support our mission. Members of our congregations and organizations participate in task forces, working on issues that confront our community.