The Work is Hard and Not Done: Being Black in the Valley 8/19 at 7:45 PM
The Work is Hard and Not Done: Being Black in the Valley
Run Time: 60 minutes
Thursday, Aug 19 at 7:45pm
Directed by: Judd Slivka
Cast: Avery Strachan, Clottee Hammons, Edwin Molina, ESQ., Matthew Whitaker, Pastor Terry Mackey, Pastor Dr. Warren H. Stewart Sr., Rachel Frazier Johnson, Teresa Anderson, Caribe Devine, Bruce Cooper, Rachel McNeil
Synopsis: The summer of 2020 was a summer of change and new visibility when it came to race relations in America. But the more things change, the more they stayed the same. Being Black in the Valley took four historic events in Arizona and connected them to modern themes.
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Harkins Scottsdale 101 Theatre
7000 E Mayo Blvd, Suite 1059
Phoenix, AZ 85054