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A Conversation on JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE with Film Producer, Erika Alexander & The Riveter COO, Zoë Bassey-Rowell

July 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm PDT

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July 15
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm (PDT)

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“We are not going back, we are going forward”

~ John Lewis


Riveter Community – We invite you to join us for an inspiring conversation on JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE with Producer Erika Alexander and Riveter COO Zoë Bassey-Rowell. We will discuss this masterpiece which so powerfully chronicles the legacy of civil rights leader and United States Representative John Lewis.

This documentary is a celebration of his courageous life, his dedication to social and political activism — from the civil rights movement of the 1960s all the way through to his efforts to safeguard and preserve Americans’ ability to vote in today’s political climate.

This is a conversation you will not want to miss!



Erika Alexander is beloved for the iconic acting roles of Maxine Shaw (Living Single), Detective Latoya (Get Out), Perenna (Black Lightning), Linda Diggs (Wutang: An American Saga), Barb Ballard (Run The World), and Meredith Lockhart (Swimming With Sharks). Alexander wears many hats, including actress, trailblazing activist, entrepreneur, creator, producer, and director — an all-around boss. As Co-Founder of Color Farm Media and Board Member of VoteRunLead, Alexander is on a mission to bring greater equity, inclusion, and diverse representation to both media, technology, and electoral politics.

Alexander is co-writer of the Buffy spin-off, Giles, a graphic novel collaboration with Joss Whedon and Dark Horse. Alexander previously collaborated on Dark Horse’s award-winning, ground-breaking sci-fi series, Concrete Park. She is currently co-directing a documentary film about reparations.

Born in Winslow, Arizona, Alexander grew up in Philadelphia.


Click here to watch JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE.

Please Note: A Percentage of All Ticket Proceeds will go to Fair Fight