In partnership with Participant Media, The Peace Studio is excited to offer a FREE screening of Judas and the Black Messiah to a select number of Summit participants.
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Viewing is available from Sunday, September 19th 12:00 AM ET through Tuesday, September 21st 11:59 pm.
Don’t forget to tune into the film’s corresponding panel:
8:00 PM |THE INTERSECTION OF FILM AND ACTIVISM | Panel
Participant Media’s new film, Judas and the Black Messiah, tells the real-life story of the betrayal of Fred Hampton, a Black Panther Party chairman, by an FBI Informant. Leading members of the film’s impact campaign join forces to discuss the history of The Black Panther Party, its relevance to the Black Lives Matter movement today, and the general role that films can and should play in championing social justice.
Marshall Hatch Jr., Co-founder and Executive Director of the MAAFA Redemption Project
Dr. Jacqueline Lazu, Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at DePaul University
Fredrika Newton, Co-founder of the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation, former Black Panther Party member
Hoda Hawa, Senior Manager, Social Impact at Participant Media
Rosalina Jowers, Senior Social Impact Communications Manager at Participant (Moderator)
For any questions or concerns, please view the FAQ here.
Thanks, and enjoy!
The Peace Studio