Thursday February 5, 2015

Black History Month screening of “Selma”

- $11 general; $6 Garden Theater & ACP members
The Arts Council of Princeton and Paul Robeson House present a special Black History Month screening of “Selma” on Thursday, February 5, 7:15 pm at the Princeton Garden Theater.
This is the final screening of the current run of the new film “Selma” at the Princeton Garden Theater and your last chance to see it on the big screen here in Princeton! This screening supports the Witherspoon-Jackson Stories Project. Ben Colbert, Paul Robeson House, and Jeff Nathanson, Arts Council of Princeton, will provide an introduction of the new Witherspoon-Jackson Stories Project which aims to record and preserve personal and family histories from the W-J Neighborhood. Witherspoon-Jackson Stories Project partners include the Arts Council of Princeton, Paul Robeson House, Historical Society of Princeton, and the Princeton Public Library. Funding for the Stories project is provide, in part, by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
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