Join Catholic Mobilizing Network for a Virtual Reflection and Discussion of the award-winning death penalty film, Just Mercy.

Thursday, June 18th
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Eastern

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About the Event

CMN invites you to participate in a communal reflection on the story of Bryan Stevenson and Walter McMillian as told in the film Just Mercy, and explore ways to dismantle racism in our systems and structures—and within ourselves.

Why now?

As our nation responds to the tragic killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless other men and women of color, we are called to deepen our understanding of the racism endemic to our systems and structures, including our system of capital punishment.

The Just Mercy film—in addition to the bestselling memoir on which it is based—has been heralded as a tool for anti-racism education and a truth-teller for our time. It exposes the racially biased application of the death penalty in the U.S. and lays bare how this system devalues and cheapens all human life.

How to Watch (Stream Just Mercy for FREE this month only!)

Earlier this month, Warner Bros. Pictures announced that Just Mercy, would be made free to stream across all digital renting platforms for the month of June. Click here to learn more.

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