DAB Movie Night - Selma

To celebrate Black History Month, Democrats Abroad Belgium is proud to present the landmark film, Selma.  Focusing on the struggle to secure voting rights for African-Americans, Selma has been described as “a truly gripping film” which tells the story of the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in March of 1965.  The movie also explores the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the contributions of his family, colleagues and other civil rights organizations facing the wrath of the segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace, the infamous Sheriff Bull Connor and others determined to prevent African-Americans from voting.

Doors will open at 6:30pm for voter registration and networking drinks. The film will start promptly at 7:30pm. Following the viewing, Robin Lofton, an independent historian and founder of rememberinghistory.com, will lead a discussion to provide additional insights about the film and to examine the historical and current threats to voting rights in America. Since Dr. Carter G. Woodson founded Black History Month, it has been a time for all Americans to remember the contributions, learn of the struggles and celebrate the triumphs of African-Americans.  For another learning and entertainment opportunity, ask about the African-American History Challenge kits available for a special price throughout this history-filled month!

February 26, 2018 at 6:30pm - 10pm Brussels Time
rue de l'Eglise 90 (behind La Barchetta)
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre 1150
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Pauline Manos
Emma Liliedahl-Allen Becky Naidis Natalie McNelis Joe Richards Matthew Newman Selim Earls Juan Aguilar Sandra Keegan Tiffany Fliss Pavla Romanchak Cagli Leone Hettenbergh Gerald Loftus Pauline Manos

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