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Closing Night - Living History (Shorts Program) at LANGSTON
Langston Hughes Perfoming Arts Institute
Seattle, WA
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Sep 29, 2019 6:30 PM



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Closing Night - Living History (Shorts Program) at LANGSTON
Sat Sept 29: 6:30pm

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Festival - Local Sightings Film Festival 2019: Feature Films

Celebrating key African-American elders and freedom-fighters through short films and storytelling! Stories feature the Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther Party, civil rights leader Jack ODell, a diverse chapter of local veterans, and more.

Closing Night for Local Sightings is held off-site at LANGSTON (104 17th Ave South, Seattle, WA)!

This screening is co-presented with LANGSTON Seattle, CD Forum (Central District Forum for Art and Ideas), and CAIR-WA!

The Issue of Mr. O'Dell
(Rami Katz, Vancouver, BC, 35 min)

The life of Jack ODell, who once worked alongside Martin Luther King, Jr., is revealed through a conversation with the 94-year-old civil rights activist.

Promises Kept: DAV Chapter 23-West Seattle
(Kameko Thomas, Seattle, WA, 8 min)

*Director in attendance!*

The triumphs, tales, and trials of Disabled American Veterans Chapter-West Seattle  the most diverse chapter in Washington State.

Keeper of the Dream
(Patricia Boiko, Seattle, WA, 12 min)

*Director and crew in attendance!*

Emmett Till, Redlining, job discrimination and the revolution: at home with Francis Dixon, mother of the founders of the Seattle Black Panther Party for Self Defense.

Location

Langston Hughes Perfoming Arts Institute (View)
107 17th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


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