Presented by The Program on Negotiation and The Harvard Law School Black Law Students Association.
The new African-American coach (Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington) of the football team at a recently integrated and racially polarized high school wins the respect of his reluctant white assistant, forges a winning team from the originally bigoted and skeptical players, and unites a divided and volatile community in a film based on a true story of events in Alexandria, Virginia in 1971.
Discussion following the film will be led by Douglas Stone, Harvard Law School Lecturer on Law and co-author of Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most, and Nicole Lawson, 3L and Black Law Students Association member.
Free admission, pizza, popcorn, and drinks.
Monday, April 22, 7pm
Harvard Law School (campus map)
Remember the Titans was one of the only feature films considered for inclusion in the “Common Ground Film Series” organized by Search for Common Ground. The Common Ground Film Series is designed to demonstrate, in informative and entertaining ways, that workable solutions can be found to contentious problems. Search for Common Ground, in partnership with the European Centre for Common Ground, is an international non-profit peace and conflict resolution organization.