They Ain’t Ready for Me

Wednesday, October 21
10:00 AM

Virtual Screening
Add To Calendar 20201021 10:00 20201021 23:59 America/New_York VFF: They Ain’t Ready for Me

Tamar Manasseh has become a well- known figure in Chicago, poised to become a national figure for her work with MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings) to reduce gun violence in Chicago and United States. Manasseh credits her Judaism as the source of her activism, yet still must tackle the ostracism she faces from the mainstream, mostly white Jewish community in the pursuit of her mission. They Ain’t Ready for Me illuminates the power held by grassroots activists and local communities when they step in where local, state, and national institutions fail. Discussion with director Brad Rothschild and subject Tamar Manasseh, moderated by Ilya Tovbis (VAFF) to follow. Discussion credit to JxJ, a program of the Edlavitch DCJCC.

Virtual Screening Virginia Film Festival