Join the Martin Richard Institute for Social Justice at Bridgewater State University on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, as we host a series of events highlighting Truth Tellers. Truth Tellers is a new documentary film chronicling the lives of courageous Americans fighting for racial equity, climate justice, and indigenous rights through the eyes of Robert Shetterly, a longtime […]
AWTT portraits will be on display at Museum of Art – DeLand (FL) through the fall: September 9 – December 11, 2022. Opening Reception will be held at the Museum from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on September 9. “What makes a great American? For artist and activist Robert Shetterly, it’s a citizen with the […]
Frances Perkins, acting as the first female Secretary of the U.S. Department. of Labor, inspired and drafted the original Social Security Act in 1935.
Truth Tellers documentary film featured at University of Michigan racial and social justice symposium
Truth Tellers, the documentary film about artist Robert Shetterly and his project Americans Who Tell the Truth (AWTT), will be screened in August 2022 at the University of Michigan’s Racial and Social Justice Institute symposium.
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on the Uvalde school massacre and why AWTT tries to expose the truth, while providing models of resistance, stories of courage and roadmaps for solutions.
Join us on July 30, 2022 for a screening of Truth Tellers at The Whistleblower Summit & Film Festival. Truth Tellers documents the evolution of AWTT, featuring the inspiring stories of people whose portraits appear in the AWTT collection. AWTT artist Robert Shetterly whistleblower Dawn Wooten, and filmmaker Richard Kane will hold a Zoomed Q […]