Alexandria Black History Museum Offering “Movies with a Mission”
In celebration of Black History Month, the Black History Museum brings back its "Movies with a Mission" free of charge on the second Saturday of each month through Saturday, April 9, at the Museum, which is located at 902 Wythe Street. The movies are films from and about Africa and the Diaspora. All screenings will be followed by a discussion and walk through the gallery. Following is a list of the movies planned:
February 12 – “The Lion Mountains: A Journey through Sierra Leone’s History”
A look at pre-colonial Sierra Leone.
March 12 – “Good Fortune”
This films explores the unintentional consequences of international efforts to alleviate povery.
April 9 – “Promised Land”
This film looks at the multiple perspectives of the "ticking time bomb" land issue in South Africa.
In celebration of Black History Month, check out the many exhibits and events being offered by Alexandria VA's Black History Museum, located at 902 Wythe Street.
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