The screening takes place Friday, February 19th at 6:30 PM.
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The goal of these February events is to spark conversation in the community.
In 1977, Richmond City Council had its first non-white majority. That was a majorly historic moment that marked a national turning point in the way city government represented citizens. Come to a free party to mark the occasion as Black History Month comes to a close.
A great way to celebrate a distinctive culture and an inspired musician, Say It Loud, I’m Black & I’m Proud is all things James Brown in one lively event.
Take a roll through history.
Learn about a singer, authors and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In honor of Black History Month, East End Cemetery is selling prints of prominent African Americans from the Jackson Ward community. All proceeds from the print sale with go towards renting goats to help clear brush from the cemetery.
Brenda Luke will share stories at the Westover Hills Library.
A happy play, a sad play, a film festival, an MLK, Jr. tribute…that’s what this weekend is all about. Yes, that’s what it’s all about.