All About the Pan Am Black Birds [A Black History Month Special]
A Black History Month Special: All About the Pan Am Black Birds
A discussion with original Pan Am Black Birds, augmented by a photo slide show, short clips, and a reception to follow.
Pan Am Black Bird photo slide show and short clips from the ABC show Pan Am
Black Bird Panel Discussion
The Pan Am Black Birds are the African-American flight attendants whose acclaimed beauty and electric personalities set the standard for career women in the 60's and 70's. These exuberant storytellers will shed fresh light on many aspects of their real-life and undoubtedly larger-than-life experiences.
Moderated by Lamonia Brown
Director of Programs,
New York Women in Film & Television and President of The National Association of Market Developers
Dr. Sheila Nutt
A former Black Bird, Dr. Nutt is the director of the upcoming documentary, The Black Birds of Pan Am. She is also the Director of Educational Outreach Programs, Office for Inclusion and Community Partnership at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Nutt wrote her doctoral dissertation on flight attendants and occupational stress.
More panelists TBA
Reception to follow co-presented by the National Association of Market Developers
Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|