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Non Member Private Screening of "Till" -The Emmett Till Story

  • Sun, November 06, 2022
  • 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • AMC Bayou 15 Theatre

Registration



You are invited to join the African American Heritage Society as we Present 

Humanities Film Program:  Private Screening of “Till”

This film is based on the short life of Emmett Till that ended tragically, and explores the courage of his Mother Mamie Till-Mobley, as she pursued justice. 

The screening will be presented at the

AMC Bayou 15 Theatre

5149 Bayou Blvd.

Pensacola, FL 32503.

Admission fee is $20 for non-members of the African American Heritage Society and includes: 

2)  2:15 PM  Private Film Viewing;

3) Immediately upon conclusion of the Film, there will be audience participation with the Panel Discussion led by university professors, local and state leaders. ( 30 minutes)

All attendees must register on our website due to the limited seating remaining.

 Please consider joining us by becoming a member now.

After purchasing your membership which supports our programs, exhibits, and Gallery, invitation to join Member Receptions, and you will be able to register your attendance as a Member with the reduced admission fee of $10.00 immediately.

 


We hope that you will join us!



For More Information Contact:

African American Heritage Society, Inc.

Email:  aahspensacola@gmail.com  (Preferred)               

Phone: (850) 469-1456


Current Exhibit


 African Presence In The Americas

1492 - 1992

From the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture,

The New York Public Library

&

“Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow”


Located at

The African American Heritage Society




Address:    

Historic District

The Coulson House

200 Church Street | Pensacola, Florida 32502

Email: aahspensacola@gmail.com (Preferred Contact)

(850) 469-1456