An Evening with Raoul Peck: Conversations on Identity, History, Race, and Baldwin
October 26, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) welcomes Raoul Peck, award winning film director and writer, for a thought provoking and insightful discussion of his latest film, “I Am Not Your Negro.” Peck will discuss the film, James Baldwin, and connect the Civil Rights Movement to the issues of segregation, education, and mass incarceration that we face today.
“For sure, we will have strong winds against us. The present time of discord and confusion is an unavoidable element. I am not naive to think that the road ahead will be easy or that the attacks will not be at time vicious. My commitment to make sure that this film will not be buried or sidelined is uncompromising.We are in it for the long run. Whatever time and effort it takes.” – Raoul Peck
Tickets are free for UWM students and can be obtained at the Union Information Desk. Other prices are:
$5 Non-UWM Students
$8 Campus Community
$10 General Public
Students, faculty, and staff can purchase advanced tickets at the Student Union Information Desk. Members of the general public may purchase tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uwm-dls-presents-an-evening-with-raoul-peck-tickets-38363430052
At the Door:
$8 Non-UWM Students
$10 Campus Community
$12 General Publc
Other Related Events:
Screening of “I Am Not Your Negro” on October 19th at 5:00 pm or 7:00 pm in the Union Cinema. See the Student Involvement web site.
When Words and Images Matter: Challenges to our Time. A Conversation with Christiane Taubira and Raoul Peck. October 27th at 4:00 pm in Curtin Hall, Room 175. http://uwm.edu/letters-science/event/words-images-matter-challenges-times-conversation-christiane-taubira-raoul-peck