LBRE BAC screening of No Time To Waste
The remarkable journey and multi-faceted career of Betty Soskin
In honor of Women's History Month, please join LBRE Black Advisory Committee (BAC) for a screening of the documentary, No Time To Waste, which examines the remarkable journey and multi-faceted career of Betty Soskin.
Born the great granddaughter of a slave, Betty is the oldest National Park Ranger serving the United States. Her mission is to restore critical missing chapters of America’s story. At the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond, Ca, Betty illuminates the invisible histories of African Americans and other people of color, and her efforts, charted in the film, demonstrate how her work has impacted the way the National Park Service conveys such history to audiences across the U.S.
Please join us for a viewing that captures the 100-year-old park ranger's fascinating life pathway.
Click here to submit your questions from the documentary for the live Q&A session to be scheduled for a date this Spring
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Event details: Wednesday, March 23rd, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Academy Hall, Madrone Conf Rm
H, D, L Conf Rms
register here in advance to join us remotely via zoom