This documentary short highlights the experiences of a group of Black faculty within a department at a historically white institution. This short film unpacks what community means and what it looks like for Black scholars to have supportive communities within their departments at their institutions.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville professor Candace N. Hall, Ed.D., will show her documentary film CLUSTERLUCK which focuses on the results of a “cluster hire” of Black faculty in a university setting. The short film will screen at 7 PM and a community discussion will follow. Admission is free.
Sponsored by The Liberation Movement, Colter’s Creek, WSU Office of Social Justice Education and Outreach, Schreck Family Foundation, Latah County Human Rights Task Force, Moscow Giving Circle, Lifelong Health Incorporated, U of I Black History Research Lab, and U of I Africana Studies.
Rated: Not Rated | 34 min | Tickets: Free