Glided Justice Movie Night: 13th Screening & Talk on Prison Reform (SF)
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Piano Fight, | 144 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Submitted by the Event Organizer
GLIDE Justice Movie Night: 13th Screening and Discussion on Prison Reform
GLIDE’s new social justice film series launches with a screening of 13th .
The critically acclaimed documentary film examines the through line of the mass incarceration of
African Americans to a loophole in the 13th Amendment that eliminated slavery and involuntary
servitude “except as a punishment for crime.” Presented on Friday, April 15 at PianoFight by
GLIDE’s Center for Social Justice and Legacy Committee, the film screening (Doors open at 6
p.m.) will be followed by a panel discussion with prison rights activists on ways to fight the
prison industrial complex and steps underway to amend California’s state constitution to
eliminate involuntary servitude for any reason. Justice Movie Nights are a new civic
engagement initiative by the CSJ and Legacy Committee to help change public perceptions
around poverty, discrimination, and civil and human rights.
WHEN: Friday, April 15
Doors: 6 p.m. | Film screening: 7 p.m. | Panel discussion: 8:40-9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Piano Fight, 144 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
(Please note that PianoFight is a 21+ venue)
Panel Moderated by Miguel Bustos, Senior Director, GLIDE’s Center for Social Justice
Samual Nathaniel Brown, Co-Chair of the ACA3 Coalition
Saundra Haggerty, Violence Intervention Program (VIP) Manager, GLIDE
John “Yahya” Johnson, Co-Producer, Ear Hustle Podcast. See panelist bios HERE.
TICKETS/INFO: Tickets are free (21 and over);
Reservations required at Eventbrite
Food and beverages will be available for purchase at The PianoFight serving new
American bites and classic cocktails.
Parking and transportation: Street parking is free after 6 p.m. and there are three
parking lots within one block. PianoFight is located 2 blocks from the Powell St. BART
station and Muni lines.