Stills of the Movement



The Museum of Tolerance in honor of Black History Month presents a special film screening of 

Stills of the Movement

The Civil Rights Photojournalism of Flip Schulke

Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 7:00pm

Stills of the Movement, a documentary film about the prolific 20th century photojournalist Flip Shulke and his work during the 1960’s, explores the importance that the media played in the Civil Rights Movement. Former and current professional journalists as well as academics and civil rights leaders explain the impact the medium had on events of the era. 

The film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A featuring:

Dr. Shawn Kildea, Producer
Patty Wittenburg, Director
Dr. Larry Spruill, Professor, Morehouse College.

Moderated by Dr. David Greenberg, Professor of Media History at Rutgers University

RSVP required. Space is limited.

$8 for Members. $10 for Non-Members.

Email or call (212) 697-1180 ext. 102


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