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"13th" Film Screening (a program of the Lakeland Community Book Read)
13th, DOCUMENTARY FILM By Ava DuVernay
Free, ages 14+, discussion to follow
In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists and politicians look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation’s history of racial inequality.
Stay after the film for community conversation facilitated by Officer Corey Saffold of Wisconsin Humanities Council’s Shop Talk and Working Lives Project and Karin Miofsky a member of the criminal justice faculty at Lakeland University.
This program is sponsored by Mead Public Library and John Michael Kohler Arts Center as part of the Lakeland University Community Book Read. For more information, visit lakeland.edu/Events/community-book-read.