Filmmaker Carvin Eison will be the program moderator. July 64 gives voice to the people who lived through the three days of conflict and unrest that altered the course of history in Rochester. As we near the 50th anniversary of the riots, please attend and view the documentary followed by a candid conversation with the filmmaker and those who lived through that tumultuous time in Rochester. Discussions will focus on understanding how the events of the time relate to Rochester's present and future.
Free parking tickets will be issued for the MRB parking lot (on the corner of Elmwood and Kendrick) or take the UR (Blue shuttle) from River Campus.
ASL interpreters or other accommodations are available upon request. Please contact Judith Russell at the Center for Community Health at (585) 224-3062 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 2. The event is sponsored by the Center for Community Health, Department of Psychiatry Office of Mental Health Promotion, Office for Faculty Development & Diversity and the Rochester Center for Community Leadership.