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This personal film explores what it means to be white in America through the story of my own family across generations. My father's role as a white professor at Howard University, a traditionally black college, during the civil rights era comes to bear on decisions my wife and I make about adoption. Features an original music score by Don Byron.


Talk Amongst Yourselves: A Conversation on Race and Identity in Film

featuring White: A Memoir in Color             June 1, 2017,  12-2 pm PST, Free

http://jfi.org/event/talk-amongst-yourselves-a-conversation-on-race-and-identity-in-film/




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