They Ain’t Ready for Me
Dir. Brad Rothschild | 100 min
They Ain’t Ready For Me is the story of Tamar Manasseh, an African-American rabbinical student who is leading the fight against gun violence on the south side of Chicago through her organization Mothers Against Senseless Killings (MASK).
The film explores the complex identity and motivations of an extraordinary person who is Jewish and Black, and how these intersecting identities offer her a road map for addressing one of America’s most urgent crises.
Join us for a virtual conversation with subject Tamar Manasseh and director Brad Rothschild about the film on Wednesday, September 23, 7:30 PM, included in your film rental.
Tamar Manasseh is the founder and president of Mothers Against Senseless Killings. MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings) was established in 2015 as a way to put eyes on the streets, interrupt violence and crime, and teach children to grow up as friends rather than enemies. A group of caring individuals in the community began to simply hang out on the block, cook food, and emanate love.
Director/Producer Brad Rothschild is an award winning producer and writer with both a creative and a business background. He received a Masters in International Affairs and a Masters in Business Administration, both from Columbia University. From 1995-1997, he served as the Speechwriter and Director of Communications for the Mission of Israel to the United Nations.
Film will be available to stream Sep 21-23
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