Events Black August Film Series presented by Black Cultural Zone

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Black August Film Series presented by Black Cultural Zone

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
81st Avenue Branch


Black August takes place during the month of August, and was started in California prisons in the 1970s by Black freedom fighters who wanted to honor the lives and deaths of Black political prisoners killed by the state, bring awareness to prison conditions, and to honor the radical tradition of Black resistance against anti-Black state violence and systemic oppression.

Black August is an acknowledgment and commemoration of the countless organizers, activists, and freedom fighters who sacrificed their freedom and lives in the struggle for Black liberation.

Black Cultural Zone presents a captivating curated collection of empowering and thought provoking films honoring Black resilience and resistance. Panel discussions follow each film.

August 5:  Judas and the Black Messiah  followed by panel discussion on Fred Hampton political action August 12:  Soledad Brother: A Tribute to George Jackson followed by a panel discussion.        
August 19:
Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power followed by panel discussion.
August 26: **Neptune Frost followed by panel discussion. 

**Please note this individual program will run from 3:00pm-5:00pm.

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