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CLJ to host Black History Film Series



ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Center for Law and Justice (CLJ) and The Alice Moore Black Arts and Cultural Center announced that they will be holding a Black History Film Series in partnership with Albany Housing Authority and the League of Women Voters. This film series is in honor of Black History Month and will focus on the importance of voting.

The screenings will run from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Albany Housing Headquarters, located at 200 South Pearl Street in Albany. The program is free and open to the public for children over 14 and adults of all ages.

There will be four selected films to discuss how voting impacts local communities shown every Thursday throughout February. Here is a list of film dates:

February 8

Excerpts from “Journey to Freedom” and a full screening of “Good Trouble” by John Lewis

February 15

Screening of “Searching for Timbuctoo” directed by Paul Miller

February 22

Screening of “Selma”

February 29

Screening of “Becoming, 2020” directed by Nadia Hallgren with Michelle Obama


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