Join us for a virtual "watch party" of the animated film, "Last Day of Freedom", followed by conversation and commentary.
About the film: Created from over 32,000 hand-drawn images, this Oscar-nominated animated documentary follows Bill as he struggles with a decision to stand by his brother, a Veteran returning from war who faces racism, criminal charges, and ultimately the death penalty. (32 minutes)
This event is the 3rd in our 2020-2021 virtual film and discussion series, "Imagining Change", co-sponsored by the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy & Ethics at USC Gould School of Law, Repair, and the UCLA Disability Studies Program.
About the series: As we navigate urgent public health, racial and economic challenges, we recognize a continuing need for education and dialogue about vital social questions. Join us for virtual film discussion each month on issues related to disability, race and racism, healthcare, violence, policing and incarceration, economic justice, law and policy, gender and sexual politics, protest, and social change.
All films in the series are closed captioned. Other questions or requests related to disability access? Contact Repair.
Image description: The graphic for this event features a black and white film reel against a blue background. Gold lettering reads "Imagining Change".