Black History Month Film Festival Happening in February
Throughout the month of February, a series of six films will be shown in Hugel 103 in recognition of Black History Month. Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Development, the Lafayette College Libraries, Film and Media Studies, Africana Studies and the Association of Black Collegians, the film screenings will also offer free popcorn and discussion opportunities. The complete list of films and their screenings is included below. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get Out – Thursday, 02/02 at 4:15 PM in Hugel 103
The Darker Side of Black – Tuesday, 02/07 at 4:15 PM in Hugel 103 Unmarked – Thursday, 02/09 at 4:15PM in Hugel 103 I Am Not Your Negro – Wednesday, 02/15 at 4:15PM in Hugel 103 At the end of the February 15th screening of “I Am Not Your Negro,” Dr. Wendy Wilson-Fall will speak to the topics of recent police killings of black men and the ongoing debates about AP African American Studies in the context of James Baldwin’s legacy.
Is That Black Enough For You?!? – Monday, 02/20 at 4:15 PM in Hugel 103
BlacKkKlansman – Tuesday, 02/28 at 4:15PM in Hugel 103