Bushel Collective presents "Radical Conjuring," a two-part workshop hosted by Sasha Banks and Adriana Green, which invites participants to re-imagine the past and give language and shape to a post–white supremacist future through the use of four interventions including elements of cartography, archiving, historical revision, and writing. The workshop takes place on June 15 from … Continue reading Bushel Presents “Radical Conjuring” Workshop
After each screening, there's a lot to talk about. November's Get Woke! film BlacKkKlansman inspired conversations about the increase in hate groups, the positive and negative implications of code switching for non-white people, and how white nationalist leaders in power have helped to unveil America's ongoing white supremacy problem.
For Immediate Release -- Local organizers, along with members of SUNY Delhi, will launch the second season of their popular Get Woke! Film Series & Conversations on Race on Sunday, October 21 with the film Black Panther (2018). The free screening is scheduled for 4:00 pm at SUNY Delhi’s Sanford Hall (Room 250). A conversation about the film, and … Continue reading Kicking off the season with Black Panther
By Laura McClure The U.S. has more of its people behind bars than any other country in the world - about 2.3 million people. Our country has about 4.4 percent of the world's population, but almost a quarter of the world's prisoners. But the tide is turning. Over the past several years, prison populations have fallen sharply across … Continue reading Incarceration Nation – and What’s Next
Organizers of Get Woke! Film Series & Conversations on Race announce a screening of the documentary film 13th on Sunday, 2/18 from 5-7:30 pm in SUNY Delhi’s Sanford Hall (Room 250). Samantha Howell of the NY Civil Liberties Union will lead a discussion about the documentary and what it means for our communities following the … Continue reading Film 13th Set for 2/18, NYCLU’s Howell to Lead Discussion
We are pleased to announce that Joyce St. George, former NYS Attorney General Investigator will join us to share Klan-related materials collected over the years. St. George's career was focused on rooting out corruption within the NYC criminal justice system. We also look forward to a discussion about parallels we see between the present-day Delaware County and North Carolina in the 1960s.