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Black History Month Film: I Am Not Your Negro
Date Saturday February 24
Time 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location Details
New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk St. (near Ellis), San Francisco
Near Civic Center Station, Muni Lines #19, 31, 38, 47, & 49
Wheelchair accessible
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorFreedom Socialist Party Bay Area
Emailbafsp [at] earthlink.net
Phone(415) 864-1278
This acclaimed film powerfully represents Black gay activist and writer James Baldwin's reflections on the boundaries of race and the necessity for multi-issue coalition-building in the civil rights movement. Rich historical footage connects the ongoing struggle for Black freedom and equality to today's movements. After the movie, join in the discussion on how people of all colors can organize together and the essential role of radical African-American leadership.

Special guest: Kristina Lee, queer Black and Chinese American feminist and antifascist activist will introduce and comment on the film.

Saturday, February 24th
Doors open and snacks served at 1:00 pm • Film starts at 1:30 pm
Door donation $3.00 • Snack plates for $5.00 donation
No one turned away for lack of funds.

New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk St. (near Ellis), San Francisco
Near Civic Center Station, Muni Lines #19, 31, 38, 47, & 49
Wheelchair accessible

For info: 415-864-1278 • bafsp [at] earthlink.nethttp://www.socialism.com/sanfrancisco
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Added to the calendar on Monday Jan 29th, 2018 10:54 AM
§I Am Not Your Negro -- Black History Film & Discussion
by Freedom Socialist Party (baFSP [at] earthlink.net) Thursday Feb 1st, 2018 4:37 PM
New Valencia Hall: 747 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94109. (At Ellis St., use Civic Center BART or #19, #31, #47 Muni)

Celebrate Black History Month at a viewing of the film based on James Balwdin’s insightful writings on U.S. race relations.

This acclaimed movie powerfully represents Black activist and writer James Baldwin’s reflections on the boundaries of race and the necessity for multi-issue coalition-building in the civil rights movement. The film’s rich historical footage connects the ongoing struggle for Black freedom and equality to today’s movements. After the movie, join in the discussion on how people of all colors can organize together and the essential role of radical African American leadership. 2016, 93 minutes.

Door donation $3, snack plates $5. Work exchanges and childcare available (call ahead)
§I Am Not Your Negro--Black History Film & Discussion
by Luma Nichol (bafsp [at] earthlink.net) Thursday Feb 15th, 2018 2:28 PM
New Valencia Hall, 747 Polk Street, San Francisco (at Ellis St., use Civic Center BART, or #19, #31, #47 Muni).

Documentary of Black activist and writer James Baldwin’s reflections on the boundaries of race and the necessity for multi-issue coalition-building in the civil rights movement. The film also speaks to today’s struggle for Black justice. A discussion on how people of all colors can organize together and the essential role of radical African American leadership follows the film.

Door donation $3.00 – $5.00. Snack plates $5.00 donation. Program at 1:30pm.

Hosted by Freedom Socialist Party. For childcare or work exchanges, call in advance.