What Happened to Dujuan Armstrong?: Film Screening, Discussion, and Fundraiser for the Family of Dujuan Armstrong

Panel Discussion | November 19 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | 1104 Berkeley Way West

 Lucas Guilkey, A reporter and video journalist based in Oakland, California

 Jose Bernal, Senior Organizer and Advocate, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

 DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, Equity) at UC Berkeley School of Public Health

The Berkeley Public Health DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Community, Equity) Committee is partnering with the Ella Baker Center (EBC) to sponsor a fundraiser for the family of Dujuan Armstrong, a young man killed while in custody at Santa Rita jail last year.

We would like to invite you all to join us for a documentary screening and discussion on Tuesday November 19 from 5:30-7:30 in Berkeley Way West Colloquium Rm 1104 to raise funds for DuJuan’s family, recruit volunteers for the EBC campaign and upcoming hearing, and to bring awareness to DuJuan’s story, and the adverse health, economic, and social impacts of unjust/inhumane law enforcement and incarceration.

For the discussion, we will be joined by the director of the film, Lucas Guilkey, an Oakland-based reporter, video journalist, and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism alumni, and Jose Bernal, a Senior Organizer and Advocate for the with the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.

 CA, tatyanaroberts@berkeley.edu