Overview of Black History Depicted in Pop-Culture
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Join Lakers for Liberty as we conclude Black History Month with an overview of black history in pop-culture. We will watch clips from films such as; The Central Park Five, Selma, Django Unchained, Fences, Etc., and discuss their importance and impact on society.
Lakers for Liberty was founded a decade ago by students working with the Institute for Humane Studies. These students came to realize that the discussion on campuses across the country neglected the third voice, the voice of liberty. To this day, students are the primary force within the organization. Here at Grand Valley, we work to provide a friendly atmosphere and an alternative voice to traditional or popular campus politics. Come check us out!
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