Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 6 pm
Memorial Episcopal Church
1407 Bolton Street
Baltimore, MD 21217
An evening of films exploring powerful themes through the lens of some of Baltimore's finest youth filmmakers from Wide Angle Youth Media.
We will screen and then discuss each with the creative teens who made these films.
Addresses the circumstances of teenage depression with a rare power.
Violence in Baltimore: A Community in Chaos
Provides insight into the ways young people are challenging dominant narratives and seeking peaceful, de-escalating methods of conflict resolution.
"Why Black Lives Matter"
Selection of short films that explore themes of intersectionality and how different systems impact race in Baltimore.
The event is free and open to the public. We will pass the hat to raise money for programs that support youth, so please come prepared to be generous.
Screening co-sponsored by the Public Justice Center and Memorial Episcopal Church.