Original PostForum Event
Event Time:Dec 19, 2013
Posted on:December 12, 2013
The Echoes of Incarceration Project presents a special preview screening of three new short films:
"Caring Through Struggle: Caregivers of Children with Incarcerated Parents"
and "Echoes of Incarceration: Artists Portraits / Daniel Beaty and F.Stokes" (part of a series of portraits of artists and activists with incarcerated parents)
Information will also be available about “Parenting a Second Time Around” (PASTA) workshops and nutrition workshops presented by The New York City Department for the Aging’s Grandparent Resource Center and Cornell University Cooperative Extension NYC.
When: Thursday December 19th 12:30pm
Where: Ingersoll Community Center 177 Myrtle Avenue (corner of Prince St) Brooklyn, New York 11201
Echoes of Incarceration is an award-winning documentary initiative produced by youth with incarcerated parents. The project explores the issue of mass incarceration and its effects on families, and creates documentary films told from the life experiences of the filmmakers themselves. More information at www.echoesofincarceration.org
These films were created in partnership with The Osborne Association (www.osborneny.org) and Downtown Community Television (www.dctvny.org), This project is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
This event is co-sponsored by The New York City Department for the Aging’s Grandparent Resource Center and University Settlement