Community Conversations on Race

The Road to Justice Film Screening

"This isn't Black history; it's is American history."
It's history for all of us!
The Nation
Including a Talk-Back with the executive producer.
Andre Robert Lee

Executive Producer 


The Road to Justice follows two groups on a Civil Rights tour through the American South as they reckon with the profound racial injustice of our recent past. The first, a group of predominantly Black middle school students from Chicago, and the second, a group of older Americans who lived through the 1960’s Civil Rights era. The film is a testament to the power of place and direct experience in creating transformational change.

It is also a call to action.

The 30-minute film is appropriate for grades seven and higher and can be used to facilitate the challenging conversations we all must have in order to move forward and build a better world.

View Film Trailer   Discussion Guide


Dates & Details

December 5, 2023
Tuesday [6:30pm - doors open; film begins at 7pm]
Abington Friends School
575 Washington Lane, Jenkintown, PA 19046


$10 pp [Adults & Students]


Mary Lynn Ellis - Abington Friends School, Faculty Alum
Toni Graves Williamson - Friends Select School and Race Institute 
Deborra Sines Pancoe - Friends Council on Education


Sponsored by Friends Council on Education, Abington Friends School, Friends Select School, and Race Institute for K-12 Educators