Black Cinema Series
THE COLOR OF MEDICINE
Screening and Panel Discussion
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2022
Doors at 7:00pm
Little Theatre 1 (240 East Ave.)
ABOUT THE FILM
About the rise and fall of St. Louis, Missouri’s premier black hospital that trained the largest number of Black doctors and nurses in the world from 1937 through 1979, before and after desegregation.
1 hour 50 mins | Documentary | 2018 | USA
English | Not Rated
Written and Directed by Joyce Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford
ABOUT THE SERIES
The Little Theatre’s Black Cinema Series, presented in partnership with the Rochester Association of Black Journalists (RABJ), screens both scripted and non-fiction films about the Black experience. With an emphasis on contemporary independent films, the series highlights Black perspectives and filmmakers, with screenings and panel discussions with community experts and filmmakers. More details
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Terri Regin | A physician assistant since 2005, working at Brown Square Health Center (of Jordan Health). Became director of Clinical Operations for Jordan Health in July 2021.
- Margaret Greene, MSN, RN, FNP-C, has worked diligently to promote health literacy and relegate health disparities in underserved populations. She is a renowned conference speaker and has served on several local task forces promoting health and wellness in our communities. Her practice is guided by two core beliefs: 1. Optimization of physical health cannot be obtained without viewing the whole person; emotionally and spiritually.