Riana Goren, Center on Extremism to Lead Klansville Discussion

Get Woke! Film Series and Conversations on Race will feature a screening of Klansville, USA on January 28 at 5 pm. This 2015 documentary investigates how North Carolina, once the most progressive southern state, became home to the largest Klan organization in the U.S. Following the film, we’ll be joined by Riana Goren, an Analyst … Continue reading Riana Goren, Center on Extremism to Lead Klansville Discussion

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Community Comes Out to Discuss Black List

Many thanks to all that attended the second movie in the Get Woke! Film Series, Brothers of the Black List. We had another great turnout from local community members including students from the college and high school. The conversation, led by Director Sean Gallagher and Sheryl Champen, former Admissions Counselor at SUNY Oneonta, was engaging … Continue reading Community Comes Out to Discuss Black List

RELEASE: Get Woke! to Show Brothers of the Black List

Organizers of Get Woke! Film Series and Conversations on Race will present a screening of the 2014 documentary “Brothers of the Black List” on Sunday, November 19 at SUNY Delhi’s Sanford Hall, Room 250. Director Sean Gallagher and Sheryl Champen will lead a discussion following the film. This and all Get Woke! films are free … Continue reading RELEASE: Get Woke! to Show Brothers of the Black List

Brothers of the Black List Presented by Get Woke! Organizers

Get Woke! Film Series & Conversations on Race will present a screening of the 2014 documentary Brothers of the Black List on Sunday, November 19 at 5 pm in Sanford Hall Room 250, SUNY Delhi. Director Sean Gallagher and Sheryl Champen, former Admissions Counselor at SUNY Oneonta will lead a Q&A following the screening. About the … Continue reading Brothers of the Black List Presented by Get Woke! Organizers

News Release: “Get Woke!” Series to Get People Talking About Race

Conversations about race can be complex -- That’s why several Delaware County residents, with the support of local organizations, have coordinated a monthly film and discussion series that lets local residents take on the topic together and with experts in the field. Get Woke! Film Series & Conversations on Race opens Sunday, October 29 with a … Continue reading News Release: “Get Woke!” Series to Get People Talking About Race