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PATOIS Presents New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival: Social Justice Speakers and Screening Series at Tulane Law

PATOIS Presents:

Peace by Piece: Raising Awareness One Film at a Time
A documentary and speaker series featuring BREAKING NEWS on public housing and organizing against racism


Thursday, March 5
6-9 pm
Film and discussion about housing with one of the leaders in the struggle for public housing in New Orleans. Stephanie will report on her trip to Washington THIS WEEK, where she spoke with members of congress about the need for public housing in New Orleans
7 McAlister Dr., Freeman School of Business, Room 140

JENA 6 and Guest Speaker JESSE MUHAMMAD
Friday, March 6
6-9 pm
Racial inequality and violence in rural Louisiana and the story of six families fighting for their sons' lives. Jesse is a journalist and activist, credited with bringing the story of the Jena 6 to national and international attention. Mr. Muhammad was instrumental in organizing efforts around the Jena 6 and is currently following a similar case in Paris, Texas.
Weinmann Hall
6329 Freret Street Room 257

Free concessions will be available each night.

Co-presented by the Student Body Association's Public Interest Executive Committee at Tulane University Law School


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