Film Screening – Jack London and the African American Community: An Interview with Mary Rudge, by Ben Goldstein
Jack London and the African-American Community: An interview with Mary Rudge.
October 29th at 6:00 PM – Running Time 28 Min.
The African American Museum and Library
659 14th St, Oakland, CA 94612
Admission is free.
Q and A with Ben Goldstein to follow as well as excerpts from Jack London: American Original – A new feature length documentary by Ben Goldstein
Here is their on line posting
Film Screening – Jack London and the African American Community: An Interview with Mary Rudge
In this short film by Ben Goldstein, Mary Rudge discusses the life and work of Jack London. Rudge (1928-2014) was Poet Laureate of Alameda County and co-author of “For Love of Jack London.”
Jack London is well-known for his stories of adventure and survival, drawn from his own experiences at sea, in the Yukon Territory, and in the mills and canneries of California. Raised in Oakland, London became one of the most famous writers of the early 20th century with the publication of “The Call of the Wild” in 1903.
Filmmaker Ben Goldstein will be in attendance for Q & A after the screening.
Please RSVP at (510) 637-0200.
African American Museum & Library at Oakland
Oakland, CA 94612