In honor of Black History Month
THEY AIN’T READY FOR ME & ROSENWALD
Free Films & Discussion
Presented by the Maine Jewish Film Festival and the JCA
Visit mjff.org for more info and to reserve free tickets
THEY AIN’T READY FOR ME
- Film streaming online – Feb. 19-21
Tamar Manasseh, an African American rabbinical student, leads the fight against gun violence in her Southside Chicago neighborhood. A fascinating look at the complex identity and motivations of an extraordinary person who is Jewish and Black, and how these two identities offer her a road map for citizen activism.
- Zoom discussion with Tamar Manasseh and film producer Brad Rothschild
Sunday, Feb. 21 | 7 PM
When Tamar Manasseh decided to set up a presence on her Chicago block, she did so as a mother and neighbor, who wanted the gun violence to stop. Six years later, the organization she founded, MASK (Mothers and Men Against Senseless Killings) is credited with plummeting violence in that neighborhood. Join Tamar and the film’s producer and director on Sunday, Feb 21st for an energetic and fascinating discussion.