Ava Duvernay

Showing Up for Racial Justice South County will host a free screening of Ava Duvernay’s seminal documentary, entitled “13th,” from 6-9pm Nov. 15 at the Morgan Hill Library (660 W. Main Ave.).
The movie explores “the intersection of race, justice and mass incarceration in the United States,” according to the event announcement.
The screening will be followed by two speakers: David Chappell, local historian and founder of the nonprofit Literacy Legacies, who will speak about the history of stereotyping black people as criminals and how that impacts criminal justice today; and Reymundo Armendariz, program director for Community Agency for Resources Advocacy & Services, who will speak to the incarceration of Latino populations.
For more information, email Jordan Rosenfeld at [email protected].

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