A Community Conversation: Harriet

Harriet film still

Join A Community Conversation about the new film, Harriet, depicting the life and times of an inspiring heroic woman. An escapee from slavery, abolitionist, and underground railroad conductor who led hundreds of runaways from bonded servitude to liberty, Harriet Tubman helped change the course of American history. Our discussion will be led by actor Ayodele Nzinga, Ph.D., Lower Bottom Playaz, psychologist Tony Jackson, Ph.D., PranaMind, and psychologist Ifetayo Flannery, Ph.D., San Francisco State University. 

Please note the film will not be screening. This program serves as a community conversation to discuss its themes.

Free and open to the public

No RSVP required


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African American Museum & Library at Oakland

659 14th St.
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 637-0200