"How the Monuments Came Down" Movie Screening and Panel Discussion

Wednesday, Nov. 10 • Camp Concert Hall • University of Richmond
5 p.m. Movie Screening • 7 p.m. Panel Discussion 

WATCH the panel discussion video.

The Jepson School of Leadership Studies and the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) invite the University of Richmond community to join us Wednesday, Nov. 10, for a screening and panel discussion of the documentary "How the Monuments Came Down." 

Panelists will discuss the history of the city of Richmond's Confederate monuments, the creation and impact of the documentary about them, the University’s history as it relates to slavery and institutionalized racism, and where the city and University go from here. 

*Image courtesy of VPM

"How the Monuments Came Down" Panelists 

Hannah Ayers

Hannah Ayers
Director, Producer, and Film Editor
Co-director, Field Studio 

Christy S. Coleman

Christy S. Coleman
Story Advisor, Cast Member
Executive Director, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation
Former CEO, American Civil War Museum

Julian Hayter

Julian Hayter
Story Advisor, Cast Member
Associate Professor of Leadership Studies,
University of Richmond 

Craig Kocher

Craig Kocher 
Event Moderator
University Chaplain, University of Richmond 

Lauranette Lee

Lauranett Lee 
Public Historian, Cast Member
Visting Lecturer, University of Richmond
Former Curator of African American History
Virginia Historical Society 

Lance Warren

Lance Warren
Director, Producer, and Film Editor
Co-director, Field Studio 

Michael Paul Williams

Michael Paul Williams
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist, Cast Member
Columnist, Richmond Times-Dispatch