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THE FINDING FELLOWSHIP SERIES
A SERIES PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
CLOSING RECEPTION & FUNDRAISER
APRIL 11, 2021
The Finding Fellowship Series is a two-month program centers around local filmmaker Jason Green’s 60-minute documentary,
Finding Fellowship. The film tells the story of how three racially-segregated Methodist churches–two white and one black–merged into one in the wake of Dr. King’s assassination. The documentary highlights our need as a community and a culture to preserve stories, memories, and lessons of the past in order to shape our future.
There are several ways to engage in this important and timely series. Click below to learn more.
For questions about this series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come on a journey through our history to our present.
LIVE STREAMING AND Q&A WITH DIRECTOR
FINDING FELLOWSHIP SCREENING GOES LIVE
Finding Fellowship: A Film
is Now Closed.
An interactive discussion with film director, Jason Green
was held on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Recording coming soon!
For an enhanced experience, we encourage you to download our
DOCUMENTARTY DISCUSSION QUESTIONS.
STUDENT DOCUMENTARY WORKSHOP
"In Your Backyard"
Open to youth ages 13 - 17. Use video to tell a story of hometown, neighborhood, school, street or community.
A public event for students to showcase and talk about their "In Your Backyard" films, how and why the were made.
For questions about the student workshop, please email email@example.com.
The Finding Fellowship Series was created to inspire conversation. The resources below provide anyone looking to engage deeper in the subjects of local history, race relations, and social healing with resources to guide such discovery.
Read the poetry of Kevin Young and then write your own prose and verse
Grades: 9th and Up
FF Discussion Questions
"We live under the tremendous weight of slavery now. And what we're talking about is not Black history. This is our nation's history. It's my history. It's your history."
- John Cummings, Founder
Whitney Plantation Slavery Museum
In a world where we are often told that we are irreconcilably divided, we still believe in FINDING FELLOWSHIP, and it is this story that gives us hope.
Dr. Gerard A. Green, Jr.
Chairman of Pleasant View Historical Society
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