10/20 – Premiere Event Screening, Silent Voices

Join Rose City Rollers and the film makers for a premiere screening of a special, volunteer community created and supported film amplifying the once Silent Voices of 9 victims of Portland Police shootings.

Silent Voices, is a play written by Donna Hayes whose grandson, Quanice Moose Hayes (17 yrs old) was killed by police in 2017. The Creators decided to make the play into a film because of Covid. Hayes explains, “We hear on TV and in the media a carefully-constructed police narrative. We see in the ‘comments’ what people who never knew our children think about them, but we can’t hear our children tell their side of the story. I wrote this play so we can hear them. I speak for the silent voices.”

In memory of Aaron Campbell, Bodhi Phelps, Brad
Lee Morgan, Christopher Kalonji, Jack Collins, John Elifritz,
Kendra James, Merle Hatch, and Quanice Moose Hayes.

Thank you to the following organizations for their support: Don’t Shoot Portland, Portland Playhouse, Open Signal, Pacific Northwest Family Circle, PDX Car Caravan, Girl Game Gang Productions, and Shrine13.

October 20, 2020

Parking begins at 6:30pm, movie at dusk (7:30pm)

6:30 pm—9:00 pm

Rose City Rollers Hangar at Oaks Amusement Park
SE Oaks Park Way
Portland, OR 97202