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The Shop on Main Street | Film Screening and Discussion
The Shop on Main Street explores how Jewish and non-Jewish neighbors responded to the Holocaust in Slovakia. It is a challenging and touching study of humanity and morality in crisis. The film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The Shop on Main Street Czechoslovakia, 1965/English DubbingFind out more »
Selma: 55 Years Later
"After Selma," a documentary film about the Civil Rights Marches from Selma to Montgomery, Bloody Sunday, voting rights history, and voter repression. Speakers and community discussion to follow.
Joanne Bland, co-founder and former director of the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, AL, will be the main presenter.
For more information, call Traci Manning at 330-743-2589, ext. 121 or email at
"Selma: 55 Years Later" is presented by Sojourn to the Past, Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee, and Mahoning Valley Historical Society. This special event is also made possible through partnership with the following organizations: Baptist Pastors Council; Community Mobilization Coalition; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Alumnae Chapter; Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance; League of Women Voters; Links, Inc. Youngstown Chapter; Mahoning Valley Association of Churches; Nonviolence Week Committee; Unitarian Universalist Church; Youngstown Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; and Youngstown Warren Black Caucus.
Admission is FREE.Find out more »
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