FORGIVENESS – a twenty-five-minute short film written and directed by Satie Gossett, is the story of a young African American boy who explores the brutal history of America’s role in slavery as the topic for his entry into a national essay contest issued by the President of the United States. President McGovern needs inspiration from... Read More
In his role as President of Louis Gossett, Jr.’s Eracism Foundation, the Oscar winning actor and humanitarian served as keynote speaker at the “Partnerships for Peace and Dignity for All” event in Los Angeles on September 21, 2015, co-sponsored by the American Women for International Understanding (Los Angeles Country Chapter), and Hope in Life Foundation. Later, he... Read More
Photo caption: Actor, Humanitarian, Louis Gossett, Jr., (center) surrounds himself with supporters at a “gathering of the minds” for his Louis Gossett, Jr’s Eracism Foundation. (1st row, from left to right) Dr. William Franklin – Vice President for Student Affairs (CSU Dominguez Hills), Dr. Brian Haynes – Vice President for Student Affairs (CSU San Bernardino),... Read More
Louis Gossett, Jr. with Baton Rouge Mayor, Kip Holden, ahead of the fifth annual Spirit of Excellence Scholarship Education Gala, for the Center Peace Ministries Bible College in Baton Rouge. Mr. Gossett will deliver the Keynote address at the fundraiser, on behalf of his, Louis Gossett, Jr’s Eracism Foundation. www.EracismFoundation.org
Louis Gossett, Jr. was feted by the National Bar Association, for his commitment to eradicate racism, through the efforts of his Louis Gossett, Jr.s Eracism Foundation. www.EracismFoundation.org More to come! Louis Gossett, Jr. with James Cole, Past President of the National Bar Association and current National President of Boule and Phyllis Marshall, attorney with... Read More
Louis Gossett, Jr. (far right) on behalf of his “Louis Gossett, Jr’s Eracism Foundation,” participates in Joe Madison’s “Speak Out-Stand Up-Justice For All Town Hall.” The event that took place in Los Angeles on Thursday, May 28th at the California African American Museum, was streamed on Sirius XM Radio.
Louis Gossett, Jr. was part of a distinguished panel of movie makers and professors who spoke at the United Nations Roundtable discussion on September 4, 2014. The topic: “Representation of Slavery in Film.” Click on the link below to watch the United Nations Roundtable Discussion in your browser. Louis Gossett Jr. Participates in United Nations Panel... Read More