Join the Yale Film Study Center in celebrating 50 years of the Black Student Alliance at Yale with this special screening of BLACK AT YALE: A FILM DIARY, followed by a discussion with Warrington Hudlin ‘74. The film was directed by Hudlin while he was a Yale College senior, and focuses on the experiences of African-American students at Yale in the early 1970s. The influential documentary short follows students Erroll McDonald and Eugene Rivers, and features a conversation with civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael. 16mm print preserved by the Yale Film Study Center.
A presentation of the Yale Film Study Center, the Black Student Alliance at Yale, and Films at the Whitney with support from Paul L. Joskow, ’70 M.Phil., ’72 Ph.D.
ALL TREASURES SCREENINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.