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Special Event in collaboration with the Boston Athenæum
Film screening and discussion

Charles Burnett, Frank Christopher, and Kenneth S. Greenberg
Nat Turner: Troublesome Property
Thursday, April 2
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.*
C. Walsh Theatre, Suffolk University

What are the distinctions between a freedom fighter and a terrorist? The debate over the meaning of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion has been at the heart of race relations in the United States for the past 178 years. Charles Burnett, MacArthur Award-winning American filmmaker, Frank Christopher, award-winning producer, director, writer and editor, and Kenneth S. Greenberg, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Suffolk University and Distinguished Professor of History, screen their film Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property and explore the significance of Nat Turner today.

The program is free but reservations are needed. Please reserve your seat by calling the Boston Athenæum at 617-720-7600.

*Please take note of early time.

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