The Community Justice Film Series uses film as a catalyst to gather our community(ies) and engage in active, forward-thinking dialogue around six themes of community justice: education, housing, job creation/wealth building, public safety, transportation, and whole body/well being.
The general concept begins with small coalitions organizing six short film screenings. Each screening will include a dialogue focused on next steps so we can activate our networks to better our communities. The process is flexible to the needs of each coalition in order to best maximize community results, but the central idea remains strong, “how can we build a collective movement toward community justice?”
By organizing and activating the organizations and community leaders working at the forefront of this work, the goal of the Community Justice Film Series is to provide avenues by which Richmonders can become active citizens in a participatory democracy.Visit Website