The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Events

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Events

Mother of No Tomorrow Screening

Mothers of No Tomorrow is a documentary that provides an uncharted and unparalleled narrative about violence from the vantage point of those that are impacted most: mothers in the African-American community. This documentary boldly unmasks the dire circumstances that are found throughout urban America. It intimately captures the range of emotions exhibited by three mothers who lost their sons to gun violence.

The screening of the film Mothers of No Tomorrow will be following by a panel of the mothers’ discussion afterwards. There will also be the presentation of Memories, a multidimensional project currently under development by local high school students. The ultimate goal of the project is to address the issue of the high levels of gun violence in the City of Philadelphia. It connects Philadelphia youth, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, MixPlace Studio at Slought, and MetaLab at Harvard University, and is funded, in part, by Teva Pharmaceuticals.

This event is FREE,  but registration is required.

Sponsored by the Center for Education and Public Initiatives of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Events
Event Category: Film / Cinema
When: May 9, 2013
Time: 6:30am
Where: Mutter Museum
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