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The New Black

Film/Video

The New Black
The New Black
Image courtesy of Promised Land Film
The New Black
The New Black
Image courtesy of Promised Land Film
The New Black
The New Black
Image courtesy of Promised Land Film
Yoruba Richen
Yoruba Richen
Image courtesy of Promised Land Film
The New Black Official Trailer
The New Black
The New Black
The New Black
Yoruba Richen

The New Black

(Yoruba Richen, 2014)

Introduced by Yoruba Richen

Reception | 6 PM

Thu, May 8, 2014 7 PM

The New Black examines the role of the African American community in the debate over the gay marriage movement. Focusing on the 2012 legal battle in Maryland—one of 17 states in the US to have legalized same-sex marriage—director Yoruba Richen delivers a nuanced exploration of the diverse range of attitudes from people on both sides of the debate and provides insight into this unique nexus of race, religion, and sexual identity. Richen, a 2012 Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, has also created the documentaries Promised Land (2009) and Take It from Me (2001). (75 mins., DCP)

Join us in the lower lobby at 6 PM before the film begins for a reception welcoming the director. Open to the public, the reception is cosponsored by Ohio State’s Office of Student Life Multicultural Center.

Cosponsored by Ohio State’s Office of Student Life Multicultural Center, with promotional support from Stonewall Columbus.

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