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Fourth Annual Black History Month Film Festival – 10,000 BLACK MEN NAMED GEORGE

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Tuesday, February 26th
6:00 – 8:00 PM
North Branch

10,000 black men named George10,000 BLACK MEN NAMED GEORGE 

Union activist Asa Philip Randolph’s efforts to organize the black porters of the Pullman Rail Company in 1920s America.

Director:Robert Townsend
Writer:Cyrus Nowrasteh
Stars:Andre Braugher, Charles S. Dutton, Mario Van Peebles
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Thursday, February 7th
6:00 PM

The_Long_Walk_HomeTHE LONG WALK HOME – A Black History Month Film

Two women put their lives in danger for civil rights during the 1955 bus boycott.

This film is rated PG

 

 

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Saturday, February 16th
2:00 PM

color of friendshipTHE COLOR OF FRIENDSHIP – A Black History Month Film

If Piper and Mahree can see past their differences, they may discover the friendship of a lifetime. Based on real events.

This film is rated G

 

 

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Tuesday, February 26th
6:00 PM

10,00010,000 BLACK MEN NAMED GEORGE – A Black History Month Film

Pullman porters struggle to form the first Black Union.

This film is rated R

 

 

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