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Intergenerational, Community-Based Films
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A new era was ushered in with the election of Barack Obama that begs the question “How have issues of race and racism changed in the United States over the last one hundred years?”
This project seeks reflection from 2 groups. The first: African American elders who are at least 75-years-old having grown up in the now extinct era of Jim Crow. The second: young people ages 16 through 25. The youth will conduct video history interviews with the octogenarians.
Our intention for JC2BO is to engage in a constructive, inter-generational conversation about race in America. We will examine the past, access the present and talk about the changes we envision for the future.