Film Screening of “Agents of Change” with Directors Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson
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What do the youth-led protests of the 1960s reveal about the zeitgeist of our current day? Join directors Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson for a screening of their film Agents of Change, the untold story of the racial inequities on college campuses during the late 60s that led to protests for more relevant and inclusive education. The striking similarities between this pivotal time and our current day confirms how much work still remains to be done.
This event will be held in Koret Auditorium.
This program is part of our Free Saturdays celebration of the exhibition, Soul of a Nation.
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General admission is free on Saturdays at the de Young and Legion of Honor for all residents of the nine Bay Area counties. Seating for this program is limited and first-come, first-served. Seating tickets will be distributed an hour before the event begins in front of the Koret Theater. Purchase of a special exhibition ticket is required on this day to see Soul of a Nation.
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Free Saturdays admission is generously underwritten by Diane B. Wilsey and programming is supported by Kaiser Permanente.