Screening of Ava Duvernay’s Documentary, 13th

November 9, 2016
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hillman Hall’s Clark-Fox Forum

Join us November 9 to view Ava Duvernay’s latest documentary, 13th, about race, mass incarceration, and the implications of the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Doors will open at 5p, and refreshments will be served. An open discussion will follow.

Limited tickets are free of charge and can be reserved here. Due to heightened demand, reserved seats will be opened to the public at 5:50p on the day of the event. Introductory remarks and the screening will begin promptly at 6p. For a map and parking directions, click here.

Panelists include:

Adrienne D. Davis | Vice Provost | William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law, Washington University

Redditt Hudson | Former Police Officer | Chair, Board of Directors, The Ethics Project

Carrie Pettus-Davis | Asst. Professor, Washington University | Director, Concordance Institute for Advancing Social Justice

Jeff Smith | Former Mo State Senator | Director, Public Policy and Community Engagement, Concordance Academy

Moderated by: Dr. Christi Griffin & Jade Harrell

Presented by: The Ethics Project & RareGem Productions

Pre-orders of an autographed copy of the book “Incarcerations in Black and White: The Subjugation of Black America” by Christi M. Griffin are available for a donation of $20 or more to The Ethics Project.