I'm a sucker for King-inspired things, and this one hits that chord well enough to be worth a look over your Christmas break.
The following letter regarding Facets, Chicago's historic cinematheque located at 1517 W Fullerton Ave., was recently written by executive director Milos Stehlik and associate director Mary Visconti.
Today, more than ever, we need diverse voices to be heard. Now, more than ever we need you to support and strengthen Facets.
The world will not cure itself. It needs our urgent help. Please give to Facets today to keep that hope alive.
Help us continue to use film to combat a climate of threats, violence, and fear by screening, discussing, and teaching films that open communication between adults and children of diverse backgrounds and divergent points of view.
Help us build a united voice to save the planet through empathy and understanding.
Your support today counts more than ever.
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