Sensible Cinema: Black, White & Brown

February 16, 2024 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Unitarian Church (and Zoom)
1187 Franklin Street
Most people have heard of Brown v. Board of Education, but many have forgotten or never knew the background of this landmark decision.  This film Black, White, & Brown does a great job of taking us back into that history.
We hope you can make it.

Sensible Cinema

 Unitarian Universalists of San Francisco

1187 Franklin Street

A Tribute to Black History Month


Black, White & Brown:

Brown vs the Board of Education of Topeka

In Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Brown v. Board Decision

Friday, February 16, 2024

6:30pm (PDT), 7:30 pm (MDT), 8:30 pm (CDT), 9:30 pm (EDT)

(This event will be an hybrid event with both virtual and in person, at-the-church viewing.)

Integration in practice after the Brown decisionBlack, White & Brown, a documentary by PBS, narrated by Bill Kurtis and featuring readings by Walter Cronkite, Jim Lehrer and Bill Moyer presents the stories of the individuals, events and circumstances associated in the making of this monumental Supreme Court decision. 

In Black, White & Brown the questions are answered:  Who were the main characters? What they hoped to achieve? Why they chose to get involved? and What were the impacts of this ruling.  The Brown v. Board of Education decision has become one of the pivotal events in the history of the Civil Rights Movement and continues to serve as a landmark ruling to which many lawyers and social activist refer to as they present arguments in support of various issues associated with it.

 After the screening there will be a discussion and Q&A.

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