This event is cancelled due to concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus. We will be rescheduling this event once it is safe to do so.
Join us for an screening and in-depth discussion of the film based on Angie Thomas’ bold examination of the complexities of race in America through the story of sixteen-year-old Starr Carter, whose world is shattered when she becomes a key witness in the shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. YWCA Greater Cincinnati is partnering with local libraries, bookstores and universities to present community conversations on the effects of interpersonal and structural racism on our culture and society.
Officer Louis Arnold, Sr. – President of the Sentinel Police Association
Brittany Bibb – Co-Founder of the UC student group The Irate 8
Leland Brown, III – Office of Inclusion, NCAA
Officer Anthony Johnson – Immigrant Affairs Liaison, Cincinnati Police
Olivia McKinney – Intervention Specialist, Cincinnati Public Schools