Slay the Dragon

Apr 3 - Apr 4, 2020

Presented by Wexner Center for the Arts
Slay the Dragon

While it might sound like the driest of subjects, this vital film makes direct connections between the practice and the Flint water crisis, gender-binary bathroom bills, systemic racism, and voter ID laws. You’ll also see how individual citizens and groups like Voters Not Politicians, with no power beyond what the constitution grants them, can become a galvanizing force in determining our country’s political future. (101 mins., DCP)

While it might sound like the driest of subjects, this vital film makes direct connections between the practice and the Flint water crisis, gender-binary bathroom bills, systemic racism, and voter ID laws. You’ll also see how individual citizens and groups like Voters Not Politicians, with no power beyond what the constitution grants them, can become a galvanizing force in determining our country’s political future. (101 mins., DCP)

Funding for this event provided by:

Funded by GCAC Funded by OAC

Location Wexner Center Film/Video Theater


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1871 N. High Street, Columbus, OH, 43210


Slay the Dragon

Apr 3 - Apr 4, 2020

Tickets

Price Range: $$$$
$7 members and seniors $9 general public $5 students

Fri, Apr 3
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Sat, Apr 4
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Categories

Film
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