Asbury Park Former Mayor & President/Founder of Ed JohnsonAP announces a new community project – Classic Politics – kicking off with The “Lights, Camera, Politics!” cinema series on first- Saturday afternoons this fall. The series is free! Donations to the Asbury Park Toy Drive are welcome.
Classic Politics provides a thought provoking series of seminars, courses, workshops and screenings that examine the role and impact of politics in society. Focus is placed on dialogue, examination & discovery of the culture, history and social implications of political dynamics.
“Lights, Camera, Politics!” cinema series begins on Saturday, October 3rd 3:00pm at The Stephen Crane House in Asbury Park. The focus of the Fall 2015 series is Society, Politics and The Social Conscience. The premiere feature, the 1937 drama THEY WON’T FORGET, kicks off the monthly slate of first-Saturday afternoon offerings featuring Lana Turner in her career-making showcase role.
The fall series continues with THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME on November 7th & IMITATION OF LIFE on December 5th. All three films provide a glimpse into the influences and impact of economic justice, human politics and the social conscience.
Ed Johnson is currently an Adjunct Lecturer of Political Science at Rutgers University and Brookdale Community College. He is President & Founder of Ed JohnsonAP Community Resource Management consulting firm. Ed Johnson served Asbury Park as Mayor, City Councilman and UEZ Chairman from 1998 – 2013.
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