When: Mon., April 16, 7 p.m. 2018
(60 min.) When artist Mildred Howard, daughter of legendary Berkeley activist Mable Howard, loses her South Berkeley home due to soaring rental prices, it costs Berkeley a piece of its history and its legacy. This story of an African American family illuminates both personal power to create possibilities in adversity, and the broader issue of gentrification and a housing crisis that threatens a community’s diversity. Featuring a post-film panel discussion with the director and guests.
Price: $10, $20