There will be a panel discussion after the film featuring documentary filmmaker Louis Massiah, political scholar Anthony Monteiro, and film archivist Kate Pourshariati immediately following the screening.
Anthony Monteiro, Ph.D.
Anthony Monteiro teaches in the Department of African American Studies and is co-director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University.
has a long activist history in civil rights, Black power, African liberation and anti- death penalty work.
He received his BA from Lincoln University, attended the University of Chicago under a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, and received his PhD in sociology from Temple University.
He has taught at the University of the Sciences, Rutgers University, Drexel University, and the University of Pennsylvania.
has published over 100 articles on topics related to Black people and global politics and economics.
Dr. Monteiro was a delegate to the 6th Pan-African Congress held in Dar Es Salaam.
also participated in the conference held in Havana in 1990.
was a guest of the Angolan government in 1976 at its independence.
worked closely with the ANC and SWAPO during the struggles against apartheid.
In 2000 he received an honorary doctorate degree from Lincoln University.
Dr. Monteiro's current book projects include W.E.BDu Bois and the Study of Black Humanity and a volume coedited with Professor Martin Kilson of Harvard University titled One Hundred Years of Black Philadelphia.