L.H. Jones hosts Black History movie


In recognition of Black History Month, “Marshall,” the first film in a month-long series is screened Saturday at L.H. Jones Family Resource Center on Jones School Road. The series — titled “Documentaries About Life Experiences of African-Americans” — will also include “Loving” on Feb. 10; “Selma” on Feb. 17; and “Glory,” Feb. 24. Dr. Evelyn Thompson, center, introduces Saturday’s film.


Bill Colvard | The News

In recognition of Black History Month, “Marshall,” the first film in a month-long series is screened Saturday at L.H. Jones Family Resource Center on Jones School Road. The series — titled “Documentaries About Life Experiences of African-Americans” — will also include “Loving” on Feb. 10; “Selma” on Feb. 17; and “Glory,” Feb. 24. Dr. Evelyn Thompson, center, introduces Saturday’s film.

In recognition of Black History Month, “Marshall,” the first film in a month-long series is screened Saturday at L.H. Jones Family Resource Center on Jones School Road. The series — titled “Documentaries About Life Experiences of African-Americans” — will also include “Loving” on Feb. 10; “Selma” on Feb. 17; and “Glory,” Feb. 24. Dr. Evelyn Thompson, center, introduces Saturday’s film.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_IMG_5960.jpgIn recognition of Black History Month, “Marshall,” the first film in a month-long series is screened Saturday at L.H. Jones Family Resource Center on Jones School Road. The series — titled “Documentaries About Life Experiences of African-Americans” — will also include “Loving” on Feb. 10; “Selma” on Feb. 17; and “Glory,” Feb. 24. Dr. Evelyn Thompson, center, introduces Saturday’s film. Bill Colvard | The News
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