Monday, September 21 at 7PM
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Representative John Lewis of Georgia – Freedom Rider and Congressman, Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree and the conscience of a nation – served the cause of social justice for decades, both as an elected representative and as a groundbreaking activist whose fervent belief in getting into “good trouble, necessary trouble” for the cause of racial equality changed our nation.
Join us for a virtual watch of the riveting new documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble, which looks at the deep impact of Lewis’s life and work. The film celebrates his 60-plus years of activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform, and immigration, through rare archival footage and exclusive interviews with the late Congressman.
To take part in this groundbreaking event, rent the film directly from Magnolia Pictures through the BUY TICKETS button.
Virtual Panel Discussion
After renting the film, tune into a live virtual panel discussion on Monday, September 21 at 7PM featuring Dawn Porter, the film’s director, Ras Baraka, Mayor of Newark, NJ, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Professor of Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School and Director of the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project, and Lonnie Bunch, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, as well as other national leaders in politics and civil rights, to talk about Representative Lewis’s legacy of fearless protest and how we can keep his campaign for justice alive.
Register for the virtual Zoom panel discussion here. (The interactive Zoom session is limited to 10,000 participants; if the panel is full, you can still watch the discussion on NJPAC’s Facebook Live feed at facebook.com/njpac.)
Panel produced by New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ.