Ridgeley Hutchinson, the Executive Producer and the President of Truehart Productions: “The Price of Silence,” has announced new opportunities to view the film. The documentary, featuring local authors Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills, explores slavery in New Jersey with moving stories from historians and descendants of slaves from across the State.
-At the Acme Screening Room in Lambertville on January 14 (Martin Luther King Weekend) at 4pm.
-At the HVRSD Performing Arts Center February 15 at 6pm
-At the Garden Theater in Princeton for April 6 at 7pm in cooperation with the Princeton YWCA’s 50th anniversary.
-At Middlesex County Community College on a Tuesday afternoon in February TBA
Hutchinson also noted that the screening in Hopewell in August had over 140 attendees and went very well. Hutchinson was a co-presenter along with NJ’s “Teacher of the Year”, Theresa Maughn, at a Continuing Education Workshop hosted by William Paterson University and also was interviewed by the publisher of NJ Indy news: ‘The Price of Silence’ shines a light on slavery in NJ – NJ Indy.
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