With hope of spurring constructive dialogue on issues of importance in the increasingly interconnected world, Hues of Humanity is a documentary produced by Rachel and Dianna Henderson, co-founders of Colorfully Beautiful, that aims to build bridges across our collective lives through meaningful conversation.
The film, which features Rochester’s very own, Tunya Griffin, will be screening this weekend at Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center in Buffalo. Following the screening, there will be a talk-back discussion on how we can empower each other through positive influence by “co-creating our existing realities.”
Seeing it is well worth it for the discussions you’ll have there and afterward.
Presented free of charge, June 30 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 617 Main Street, Buffalo.