WNYC AND THE APOLLO THEATER PRESENT
RACE AND PRIVILEGE: EXPLORING MLK'S TWO AMERICAS
In Collaboration With March On Washington Film Festival
WNYC returns to the historic Apollo Theater for its 10th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. Presented as part of the Apollo Uptown Hall series, this year's event focuses on disparity in America by looking at the impact of institutional racism while exploring race and privilege. Co-hosts Brian Lehrer and Jami Floyd lead an honest and authentic conversation that recognizes racism as a national, systemic, institutional crisis.
Special performances by Daniel Bernard Roumain with Special Guests Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Emeline Michel
FREE TO THE PUBLIC – RSVP REQUIRED*
*Once you’ve registered online, the Apollo will send you an email confirmation. You must print out your email confirmation and bring it with you the afternoon of the event.
Note: Entry is not guaranteed. General Admission.