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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


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:  (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


Historic District

The Coulson House

200 Church Street | Pensacola, Florida 32502

Email: (Preferred Contact)

(850) 469-1456