Weaving together the themes of race, power, and the media from over 30 years of footage, Working in Protest offers an observational narrative about the history of protest and activism in the United States – from Occupy Wall Street to Trump rallies, Tea Party outrage and the Black Lives Matter movement – leading up to the events, and controversy, around North Carolina filmmakers Galinsky and Hawley’s latest film, The Commons, from which excerpts also will be featured.
The filmmaker Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley is expected to present at this screening for a post-film discussion.
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