Thursday: Screening of Revolution ’67 at Seton Hall Law


Revolution ’67: Understanding the Past, Shaping the Future of Newark

Civic Frame, “a 501c3 nonprofit organization that uses art and intellectual work to encourage civic engagement, media literacy and critical thinking about pressing social issues” will be hosting a viewing of Revolution ’67 at Seton Hall Law School this Thursday at 6pm.

Revolution ’67, is the seminal documentary about the “summer of discontent” — that 6-day civil disturbance took the lives of 26 individuals and caused millions of dollars in property damage in the city.

If you missed the opportunity to see its many viewings during the “40th anniversary” of the disturbance last summer, you won’t want to miss this viewing and panel discussion. The film brings perspective and insight on one of the pivotal moments in the history of this city and our country.

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Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Newarker, PCA Elder, Business Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

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