Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland + Q&A With Directors Kate Davis and David Heilbroner
Run Time: 105 min. Format: Digital Rating: R
Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland + Q&A With Directors Kate Davis and David Heilbroner; June 6
This film explores the mysterious death of a 28-year-old black woman found hanging in her Texas jail cell three days after being arrested for a traffic violation. Authorities ruled Sandra’s death a suicide, but dash cam footage fueled worldwide allegations of murder. Part legal thriller, part parable about race in America, SAY HER NAME takes viewers deep inside a story that came to polarize the nation. Q&A to follow the film with directors Kate Davis and David Heilbroner.
The Q&A will be moderated by Lawrence Otis Graham, who is a local author, activist and lawyer. He writes and speaks widely on racial bias in our society and he is also the Chairman of the Westchester County Police Board.
Tickets begin at $12.
Our moderator, Lawrence Otis Graham, of Chappaqua, is a New York Times bestselling author of 14 books about race and class including “Our Kind of People : Inside America’s Black Upperclass”, which is being developed as a TV series by 20th Century Fox Studio. A graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law School, Lawrence is an attorney at Cuddy & Feder in White Plains and Manhattan. A popular commentator on race and gender, Graham has written for The New York Times, Readers Digest and New York Magazine where he famously exposed bigotry while working as a busboy at a Greenwich Connecticut country club that discriminated against Blacks, Latinos, Asians, Jews and women. Lawrence appears on News12 TV and serves as Chairman of the Westchester County Police Board and sits on the boards of University of Pennsylvania, Horace Mann School and the American Theatre Wing. He and his wife Pamela live in Chappaqua with their three children.