Morehouse College 1st Human Rights Film Festival

November 15, 2019

Morehouse president David A. Thomas hosted a VIP reception for filmmakers and panelists of the first annual Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival


Actor, Omari Hardwick and writer/director, Nate Parker, talked at the screening of their new film American Skin. Parker said American Skin was created to inspire important conversations about the shooting of unarmed men of color by police. Parker studied police use of force protocol for the film. Hardwick said the screening was the first time that he experienced the film on a big screen. The audience gave the film a standing ovation. See OzCetera in this issue for more information about the festival.


















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