MAY 5th: Inaugurate the Resistance is an exhibit that brings together photographs, stories, and footage from the Women’s Marches that happened on January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC and Memphis, TN. The opening is on Friday, May 5th from 6-9 pm at the Crosstown Arts gallery at 430 Cleveland in midtown Memphis. Learn more details about the opening, our gallery hours, and how you can share your story with us.
APRIL 13th: More than 100 audience members came out for our free community screening of three short films from The Juvenile Project at the National Civil Rights Museum. NCRM executive director Terri Freeman moderated a lively Q&A with filmmakers and participants following the film. The three films were VIOLA, which shares the juvenile justice story of a mother, ROBERT, which shares the story of a young man who is incarcerated, and BARBARA, which shares the story of a public defender who specializes in juvenile defense. VIOLA won awards at the 2016 Oxford Film Festival and the 2015 Indie Memphis Film Festival. This was the community premiere of ROBERT and BARBARA.
SEE THE KEEPERS: Inside the Zoo is a portrait of the personalities and work of zookeepers shot with unprecedented behind-the-scenes access at the Memphis Zoo. It's a bittersweet, nonjudgmental look at what it means to find a place for yourself, working a job that you love.
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