Tonight is a free screening of “Hidden Colors 3 – The Rules of Racism.” This documentary tackles the taboo subject of systematic racism; explores how institutional racism affects all areas of human activity; and the rules, laws and public policies that are utilized to maintain the system. This is tonight at 7pm in Room 200 of The Fountain Building, 122 State Street. For more info, call 608-438-9536.
Tomorrow morning, the Friends of Cherokee Marsh and Madison Audubon Society host a walk to look for colorful warblers and other spring migrants. Binoculars are recommended. This free event is tomorrow from 6 to 8am at Cherokee Marsh Conservation Park, North Unit, 6098 North Sherman Avenue. More info at cherokeemarsh.org.
Tonight in Cross Plains is a free screening of “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet,” which shows the history of the environmental movement, from conservation to climate change. This is at 6:30pm at Rosemary Garfoot Public Library, 2107 Julius Street in Cross Plains. More info at tnsmonoa.org.