Film Screening in L.A. - Black Grandma in the Closet
The film screening will take place on Thursday, Feb 25th from 7-8 (followed by a Q&A with a professor from Cal Poly Pomona). Join us first for wine and light refreshments from 6 - 7.
Cost: $10 to cover cost of refreshments
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As we continue to build a culturally connected alumni community in Los Angeles County, the University of Chicago Latino Alumni Network Committee invites you to its first event of 2016.
Join us on Thursday, February 25th at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes (501 N. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90012) for a film screening of Black Grandma in the Closet (54 min), followed by a Q&A session led by Dr. Toni C. Humber, professor of Ethnic and Women’s Studies at Cal Poly Pomona, and scholar of the African diaspora.
In the film, Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the almost unknown history of black Mexico and Peru, two countries whose significant Afro-Latino populations mind the margins of official history.
This event is on a first-come, first-serve basis. The screening begins promptly at 7 pm on the 4th floor boardroom, room 405. Before the screening, please feel free to join us for light refreshments and wine in room 406.
Public Transportation: LA Plaza is a short walk from Union Station.
Driving Directions: LA Plaza is next to the 101 Freeway, located across the street from the Pico House at the southern end of Olvera Street in the El Pueblo district.
Ample parking is available in nearby lots, including:
• Lot at Arcadia and Spring Streets (171 Arcadia Street, entrance on Arcadia)
• County Parking Lot 15 (527 N. Spring Street at Cesar Chavez Boulevard, entrance on Spring)
Click here for a visual aid on parking and driving information.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Thursday, Feb 25 2016 at 6:00pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
501 N. Main Street
Los Angeles, CA
Look Who's Coming:
Guest of Maria Reifler
Law Offices of Stacy Tolchin
... a total of 8 guests.