Screening of "I Am Not Your Negro" for Faculty and Staff
The LTS Diversity and Inclusion Outreach and Awareness Committee will be screening the documentary film, I Am Not Your Negro, for Lehigh students, staff and faculty on Friday, July 14 from 12-2 p.m in Rauch 184.
This film is premised on James Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript about his close friends - Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. The filmmaker envisions Baldwin’s work and provides us with rich historical context that connects us with the present. We believe this moving and beautifully crafted film will encourage a post-viewing discussion on the past and future of race in America and will be facilitated by Professor James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies.
This film screening is a staff development opportunity and complies with Lehigh University's Principles of Our Equitable Community. Talk to your supervisor if you have any questions about attending this event.
*Due to the licensing agreement this film screening is open to Lehigh University Students, Faculty and Staff Only