On February 18, 6:00 p.m., the Mariposa Museum in Peterborough, NH will host a screening of "A Reckoning in Boston." In this film, a white filmmaker sets out to document the impact of the Clemente Course in the Humanities on low-income students of color in Dorchester. Instead, he gains an education himself about the impact of racism and gentrification in Boston and awakens to some of his own racist assumptions. Evolving into a collaborative vision between director James Rutenbeck and students Kafi Dixon and Carl Chandler, A Reckoning in Boston weaves a mesmerizing story of dreams and systemic dismissal, punctuated with resonating voices from American history and letters. Facilitated conversation to follow, with Mariposa founder David Blair, Director Karla Hostetler, and Oak Bluffs coordinator (and Clemente Course participant) Susi Ryan. Masks and proof of vaccination are required to attend.