The latest in a series of reenactments of legendary Vietnam War-era protest speeches, Port Huron Project 5 brings a powerful 1969 Angela Davis speech to the 21st century.
Oakland Museum of California presents
FRIDAY/AUGUST 1, 6:30 p.m. - ITVS Community Cinema screening of CHICAGO 10 -- a compelling experimental documentary directed by Brett Morgen that combines audio recordings of the Chicago 7 trial, digital animation, and archival footage.
7:30 p.m. - Mark Tribe, Port Huron Project artist; Emory Douglas, former Black Panther Party Minister of Culture; Nato Thompson, Creative Time Curator; and Rene de Guzman, Senior Curator of Art discuss the film, the times, and the Port Huron Project.
LOCATION - Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland
Oakland Museum of California and Creative Time presents
SATURDAY/AUGUST 2 - Port Huron Project 5: The Liberation of Our People
5 p.m. - Music set by Youth Radio DJs
6 p.m. - Reenactment of 1969 Angela Davis speech at deFremery Park.
LOCATION - deFremery Park, 1651 Adeline Street (between 16th and 17th Street), Oakland
Rain Date: Sunday, August 3
BOTH EVENTS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
OAKLAND MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA
1000 Oak @ 10th Street
One block from
Lake Merritt BART
Interested in previous PORT HURON PROJECTS? Visit http://www.nothing.org/porthuronproject/
Originally posted on DMAX by arozan