A FREE FILM SCREENING BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE MARIN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

Cracking The Codes: The System of Racial Inequity

A FILM BY DR. SHAKTI BUTLER

Watch the film for free on your own and then join filmmaker Dr. Shakti Butler, Marin County Equity Director Anyania Muse, and the Marin Human Rights Commission on January 20th at 7PM for a facilitated community conversation.    

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How to watch the film for free and participate

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PARTICIPATE

Register and instructions will be sent via email on how to watch the film for free.

Independently watch the film on your own time in the next 2 weeks.

Join us on Zoom on January 20th at 7pm for a conversation about the film.

What is the film about?

This film asks America to talk about the causes and consequences of systemic inequity. Designed for dialogue, the film works to disentangle internal beliefs, attitudes and pre-judgments within, and it builds skills to address the structural drivers of social and economic inequities.

Why are we providing free access to the film?

Learning about the history and system of racial inequity is the first step towards a more equitable Marin. Please join us in educating ourselves and having a respectful conversation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the 'community conversation?'

The community conversation will be a discussion about the film facilitated by filmmaker Dr. Shakti Butler and Anyania Muse, who is the Equity Director for the County of Marin. The event will take place on January 20th, 2021 at 7PM and will be hosted via Zoom.

How long is the film and community conversation?

The length of the film is 1 hour and 15 minutes and you can watch it on your own time. The community conversation will be 2-hours.

Who do I contact for disability accommodations?

For disability accommodations please phone 415.473.6189, dial 711 for CA Relay, or by email cshaw@marincounty.org at least five business days in advance of the event. The County will do its best to fulfill requests received with less than five business days' notice.

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