The Freedom Forward film series is a virtual series which brings together social impact storytellers, social justice practitioners, and artists dedicated to imagining a world with freedom, justice, and well-being for all people.
Featuring films which highlight different themes and issues across the social justice landscape, Freedom Forward offers a space for reflection on histories of collective struggle, the hope that drives them, and freedom on the horizon. The series is intended to serve as a political education space which nourishes and inspires future action, solidarity, and creativity as we build a more just and equitable world. All film screenings are free and open to the public.
New York University and Gallatin provide reasonable accommodations to people living with disabilities who wish to attend events at the School. For every event, Gallatin staff will be on hand to assist guests. Please note that the entrance at 715 Broadway is wheelchair accessible. To request accommodations, such as a sign language interpreter, assistive listening devices, or large print programs, or should you have questions regarding accessibility for an event, please contact Gallatin’s Office of Special Events by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 212-992-6328. Should you need an accommodation, we ask that you send your request as early as possible so that we have time to fulfill your request.