Host A Screening
The How Jack Became Black screening kit gives users an easy-to-use platform that will educate, engage, and equip audiences to explore the impact of the multiracial baby boom upon identity politics and act as a community.
WHO IS THIS FILM FOR?
University Student Organizations
WHAT ARE SOME OF THIS FILM'S THEMES?
Race policies, including race boxes
Interracial relations - faith & racism
Media & race
America's racial history: Bacon's Rebellion, One-Drop Rule, Civil Rights, White Supremacy etc.
HOW CAN I USE THIS FILM?
Here are some ways the film can be used entertain, educate, and engage your audience:
Arrange a screening for your community to highlight new perspectives on race in America. You can show the entire documentary or individual chapters. A discussion guide is provided to facilitate conversation.
Create an "umbrella" screening where other communities and organizations are invited under your umbrella, so to speak, to watch and discuss the film. This method is particularly effective on college campuses.
Add the film to your events calendar and invite your audience to join the discussion.
Add the film to your organization's library and make it available to everyone.