On the next Pan-African Film Series on Saturday June 8th, we’re screening a documentary about how Cuba helped revolutionary anti-imperialist struggles in southern Africa. Cuba, under the leadership of African national liberation organizations, helped stop the spread of apartheid and propel the masses of African people there to victories against colonialism.
Come learn more about Cuban solidarity with the struggle for African liberation, make new connections, and raise your consciousness! This series is open to all. **$5 suggested donation to support our work but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.**
LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY INFO:
This film screening will be held in Highland High School’s new free-standing lecture hall. The lecture hall is wheel-chair accessible with ramps available to get inside the building and also into the hall itself. If you need additional accommodations for accessibility, please send us a message or an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions to get to the lecture hall: If you are headed west on Zuni you want to turn right onto Jefferson and park on the street. If you’re headed east on Zuni you have to turn left on Adams, right on Coal and then right on Jefferson. You can walk to the lecture hall from Jefferson. We’ll haves signs posted for you to follow as well.