"Black Stereotypes In Film" At Northwestern U This Thursday

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by Sergio
February 12, 2012 1:34 PM
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New York based filmmaker and blogger Katherine Nero will make her historical presentation and analysis of black stereotypes in film this Thursday Feb. 16th from 7-9PM at Northwestern University in Evanston IL.

Ms. Nero will screen and analyze films from the past and present and will ask the enduring question: have things improved or "do we have a long way to go?"

The presentation will be held at Harris Hall 107 on the Northwestern campus located at 1881 Sheridan Road and admission is FREE.

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  • Damon | February 12, 2012 11:38 PMReply

    This is great! Katherine really knows her stuff; This was solidified when I recently interviewed her about her passion for cinema: http://www.the3p.com/intelligence/logical-mathematical/katherine-nero/

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