The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will host a reception and screening before next week's 45th anniversary of the Catonsville Nine's dramatic anti-war protest on Frederick Road in Catonsville.
On Friday, May 10, the school will host an opening reception at 2:30 p.m. featuring artwork from one of the Catonsville Nine, the late Tom Lewis, in the Proscenium Theatre in the Performing Arts and Humanities Building.
A film screening of Lynne Sachs's documentary, "Investigation of a Flame," and film clips of the just-released film by Joe Tropea and Skizz Cyzyk, "Hit and Stay," will be at 3 p.m.
Following the screenings will be a commentary and discussion by a panel that includes Sachs, Tropea and Karen Aguilar-San, a sociologist of Vietnamese identity.
Joining the panel will be Catonsville Nine participants, and lifelong scholar activists, Tom and Margarita Melville.
For information, contact Joby Taylor, director, Shriver Peaceworker Fellows Program, 410-455-6398 or email@example.com.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun