Events: Screening of N.


In remembering Black History, we try to focus on the good but Black History is so complex that its sometimes hard to tell the good from the bad.  One case in point– the N word.  Some say that the meaning changed, while others still only hear the ring of their ancestors cries when the word is uttered.  

Up and coming film maker A.V. Rockwell took on the topic in her documentary titled N.  I posted the final project a couple of months ago (click here to view).  But, if you want to take your viewing experience to the next level, you should definitely add this screening to your agenda.  The documentary will be shown along with a Q&A.  

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In celebration of Black History Month, is hosting a soft screening of N.: A Documentary Exploring the Use of the Word “Nigger” in Black America’s past, present, and future.

Produced, Directed and Edited by upcoming filmmaker A.V. Rockwell, a current student at NYU’s school of film, the documentary features thoughtful conversations with:

Singer/ Songwriter, Jesse Boykins III

Professor, Black Cinema Studies, Ed Guerrero

Filmmaker & Professor, Sam Pollard

Small Business Owner, Tricialee Riley

Artist, Curtains

Students, Jamal Joseph & Thurmon Green

Journalist/ Entrepreneur, Rhonesha Byng

Photographer, Brian Palmer

The screening will show promptly at 8:30pm followed by a Q&A and networking reception.
 RSVP to

FRSH Docs: Special Screening of N.
Tuesday, Feb. 16

White Rabbit, 145 East Houston Street
New York, NY 10002-1046
(212) 477-5005

Doors Open at 8:00pm / Screening at 8:30pm

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