The University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy and Practice invites you to join us for a screening of the newly released film, i-3: BLACKOUT, which explores the intersectionality of the identity of being Black, a Black man, and a Black gay man in America. The five guys take you on their journey of self-discovery and how they navigated the influence of family, race, the black community, and religion.
Following the film’s screening, there will be a moderated conversation on the film with the film’s two co-producers, Ladu Pearson and Eugene Robinson, Jr. AM ’09, along with five men featured in the film: Darrick H., Cliff M., Kendall S., Zach M., and Alonzo S.
- In-person event. Free to attend but registration is required.
- Program will not be recorded.
- CEUs will not be offered for this program.
- General admission based on first-come-first seated.
- Public transportation recommended. Limited street parking available along the Midway Plaisance. The University open-air parking lots (closest located on the corner of 61st and Ellis Avenue) are free and open to the public after 5:00 PM.
If you have any questions about access or to request a reasonable accommodation that will facilitate your full participation in this event such as ASL interpreting, captioned videos, Braille or electronic text, food options for individuals with dietary restrictions, etc. please contact the event organizer.