Black History Month

Glendale library presents virtual viewing of award-winning documentary

‘An Outrage’ focuses on racism’s devastating consequences

Posted 2/21/21

In honor of Black History Month, the Glendale Public Library, 5959 W. Brown St., is hosting a virtual viewing and discussion of the award-winning documentary “An Outrage” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23.

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Black History Month

Glendale library presents virtual viewing of award-winning documentary

‘An Outrage’ focuses on racism’s devastating consequences

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In honor of Black History Month, the Glendale Public Library, 5959 W. Brown St., is hosting a virtual viewing and discussion of the award-winning documentary “An Outrage” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23.

The 2017 film focuses on the time period from the end of the Civil War until the middle of the 20th century, when racial terror uprooted and claimed thousands of lives in the American South, a Glendale Public Library news release explains.

Following the 30-minute documentary, viewers can join a virtual meet-and-greet with filmmakers Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren, Emmy-nominated co-directors of Field Studio. They will discuss creating this film and how it has become a powerful tool to spark conversation about racism’s devastating consequences.

Registration for this online event is required.

Click here to register and receive an access link.

Visit glendaleazlibrary.com or call 623-930-3590 for more information about this and upcoming events.

 

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