Please join filmmaker Goran Hugo Olsson for a screening of “The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975” (2011) and “Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes from Anti-Imperialistic Self Defense” (2014), followed by a discussion with Goran, Assistant Professor Chris Lebron (African American Studies / Philosophy), and other Yale faculty.
Reception to follow.
5:30 Screening #1:
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975
A film by Goran Hugo Olsson (2011)
A conversation between the filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson, Christopher Lebron, author
of The Color of Our Shame: Race and Justice in Our Time, Oxford University Press, 2013,
Assistant Professor of African American Studies and Philosophy at Yale University, and
Issa Kohler Haussmann, Associate Professor of Law at Yale Law School and Associate
Professor of Sociology at Yale; in conversation Marta Kuzma, Dean of the Yale School
of Art, together with Diving into the Wreck critics Angie Keefer and Mark Wasiuta and
attending MFA students.
8: 20 Screening #2:
Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes from Anti-Imperialistic Self Defense
A film by Goran Hugo Olsson (2014)