Last Negro On Earth...starring Johnny Depp

How the Business of Hollywood Shapes the Business of Everyday
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Entertainment media influences our views of and interactions with each other. Hollywood's bias toward White male workers - both in front of and behind the camera - slants our entire society.

Join panelists for an interactive discussion of the myriad forces at work in maintaining Hollywood's status quo and ways to encourage change.

PANELISTS INCLUDE:

Kathleen Antonia, performer/filmmaker/lawyer (Moderator)

Adrienne Anderson, founder International Black Women's Film Festival

Michael Gene Sullivan, actor/writer/director/blogger/teacher

Velina Brown, actor/columnist/The Business of Show Biz coach

These cultural events are free and open to the public.

This is a Business & Personal Finance program from SFPL. This series brings you programs to enhance your financial well being and business skills.

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