Featured Event: ‘Whose Streets?’ Screening and Discussion at St. Louis’ Public Media Commons

Where: Public Media Commons, 3653 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63108
Black Lives Matter is regarded as a modern civil rights movement. Do you see parallels between the 1960s civil rights movement and the current Black Lives Matter movement? What are the differences you observe between the movements?
The complete discussion guide, with even more conversation starters, will be available in the coming weeks. For now, take a look at our partner toolkit resources.
Join the Nine Network/KETC, ArchCity Defenders and KDHX for a free, pre-broadcast screening of Whose Streets?. A post-screening panel will provide an opportunity for communal reflection, respectful dialogue, and a pathway forward for healing and progress. Panelists include Kayla Reed, from the Action St. Louis and Electoral Justice Project, Dr. Kira Hudson-Banks from Saint Louis University and Reddit Hudson from Urban League, with Blake Strode, the Executive Director of ArchCity Defenders moderating.
Please bring chairs or blankets for seating as, weather permitting, the screening and panel discussion will take place outdoors. For more information, visit ninenet.org and RVSP via their eventbrite page.
Whose Streets? Conversation Starters:
When: Friday, July 27 at 7:00PM
Visit our local events calendar for a full list of events happening across the country and join our Community Network to host a screening of your own!