Community Reparations Summit: Screening of “The Big Payback”
October 5 @ 5:00 pm
UNC Asheville will host a screening of the documentary, “The Big Payback,” at 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 5, in the Mullen & James Humanities Hall.
“The Big Payback” follows a rookie alderwoman from Evanston, Illinois, who led the passage of the first tax-funded reparations for Black Americans. While she and her community struggle with the burden to make restitution for its citizens, a national racial crisis engulfs the country. Will the debt ever be addressed, or is it too late for this reparations movement to finally get the big payback?
Locally Black-owned food trucks will be available to attendees from 5-6:15 pm.
This film screening is part of the Community Reparations Summit.
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