Community screening of "The House I Live In" and Interactive Image Theater

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The documentary “The House I Live In” offers a poignant look inside U.S. drug policy and its far-reaching effects. Immediately following the screening, audience members are invited to join an improvisational brainstorm session on racialized mass incarceration & immigration inspired by techniques from Theater of the Oppressed. This participatory activity will be led by distinguished artists, image theater experts and scholars: Bryonn Bain, Lani Guinier, Tim Mitchell, Gerald Torres, and Tricia Rose. 

Cosponsored by Brown RISD Hillel as part of its Moral Voices initiative. 

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