Today’s showing of the high school and college students produced documentary, THE COST OF DARKNESS, covers systemic racism against the Black community in: 1- The Media, 2- Politics, 3- The Criminal Justice, 4- Economics.
Click here to join the watch party for part 2. The link will be available only for a short period of time, so if interested, please watch it as soon as possible. For more information on part 1, see our previous post.
This is a short notice, but information well worth your time if you can attend. See below.
Event date & time: February 28th, 2021, 2PM-5PM PST (with a built-in intermission)
The Cost of Darkness Documentary Virtual Preview will be taking place on Sunday, February 28th, 2021, from 2 PM to 5 PM PST on Youtube Live with two Q&A sessions – one during intermission, and one at the end of the event. Throughout this live event, the societal impacts of white supremacy, color bias, and racism in the following American institutions will be summarized and examined: politics, healthcare, the media, criminal justice, education, and the environment, as well as two additional segments of white supremacy and being Black in our society. To make this online event as engaging as possible, we encourage you to ask questions via the Youtube Chatroom, which will be monitored by our interns at The Culture C.O.-O.P.
As this is a preview, we will cover 4 of these institutions, on Sunday, February 28th and the other 4 on Sunday, March 14th, at 2 PM
We are looking forward to seeing you at The Cost of Darkness Documentary Virtual Preview and making long-lasting changes with you. See you soon!
Click here to register. Click here to join the viewing party. The Cost of Darkness is produced by the non-profit The Culture C.O.-O.P., based in Davis, CA, and specifically by its founder and director Sandy Holman and her interns (students/alumni). Visit their website to contact Sandy and/or to arrange a viewing and discussion for your institution.