The Rochester chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign and the VSW Film Series are pleased to present this streaming program, Why We March: Moving for Change. This program focuses on the act of organized marching as a form of political protest from the 1960’s to today. Featuring films from the VSW archive as well as a recent video by filmmaker/activists Peter Kinoy, Rashaad Parker and Martin Hawk, this screening aims to answer the question “Why do we march?” and motivate participation in organized acts of peaceful protest.
26:42 Empire State Rumblings (2019) Director: Peter Kinoy. Chronicles the NYS Poor People’s Campaign through Spring 2018’s Forty Days of Action, when poor people gathered in Albany to confront the government and make their voices heard.