Leicester Human Rights Arts and Film Festival – 5th December 2021
At the 8th annual Leicester Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, members of Journey to Justice hosted a panel discussing Economic (In)Justice, Class and Education. We showed a short extract from our mini documentary, focusing on class and education, made with the film production company Rainbow Collective.
It considers the crucial role class and education play in creating an economically unjust society and explores the lenses through which we view each other.
On the night we heard from volunteers Carrie Supple and Tania Aubeelack who talk about JtoJ’s successful travelling and interactive civil rights exhibition programme. Volunteer Dr Abi Rhodes introduced the Economic (in)Justice project and the mini documentary excerpt and we were joined by two of our six explainers Dr. Elizabeth Henry and Susie Morrow.
Watch the event from Civil Leicester’s YouTube Channel: