We Stand in Solidarity

In recognition of the truth that BLACK LIVES MATTER, The Brattle has elected to press pause on new programs and announcements this week to allow more space for the amplification of voices directly affected by police brutality and institutional racism in our country. We stand in solidarity with those protesting during this important moment in the fight for justice and equality.

We ask you to consider the following resources for donating, supporting, and education.

This widely shared list compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein is a good place to start:
bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES

The National Museum of African American History & Culture just launched this incredibly rich resource:
nmaahc.si.edu/learn/talking-about-race

Some local resources and places to support:
www.massbailfund.org
www.aclum.org
blacklivesmatterboston.org
www.violenceinboston.org
www.roxfilmfest.com

At The Brattle, the film discussion scheduled for this evening (6/1) has been postponed, we will not be announcing a new virtual repertory series this week, and there will be no new episode of The Brattle Film Podcast either. Any new streaming recommendations will also be on hold while we take time to reflect and listen.