"The Road to Brown" Film Screening and Discussion

Historic Brown vs the Board of Education photo

The Center for the Study of Race & Democracy (CSRD) and The Philosophy and Film Series present the Created Equal Film Series. Join us for a screening of "The Road to Brown" followed by a discussion moderated by James Wermers, CSRD Affiliated Faculty:

About the Film:
"The Road to Brown" chronicles the legal battles led by Charles Hamilton Houston — “the man who killed Jim Crow” — in the years leading up to the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling in 1954. The film takes viewers from the “separate but equal” world sanctioned by the infamous Plessy v. Ferguson decision to the triumph of Brown and beyond. It is a piercing and compelling examination of a series of legal battles and people that changed the future of a nation.

Sponsored by Arizona Public Service - APS and the National Endowment for the Humanities

Center for the Study of Race & Democracy
Agribusiness Center, room 134
Agribusiness Center, room 134
Polytechnic campus

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