Black History Month celebrated with film series

February 4, 2013

In commemoration of Black History Month and to encourage unity among the campus and community, MSU's Maroon Volunteer Center is sponsoring several showings from the PBS Series "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Movement 1954-1985." These showings are being hosted by several organizations on campus and in the community. Come out to see history before your eyes and witness what really happened. This is a great tribute to Black History Month through a film series that you don't want to miss. For more information, contact Stedmond Ware at

Thursday [Feb. 7]
"Fighting Back"
6 p.m.
McCool Hall, Room 236
Hosted by the Holmes Cultural Diversity Center

Monday [Feb. 11]
"Mississippi: Is This America?"
6:30 p.m.
McCool Hall, Room 208
Hosted by Collegiate 4-H

Friday [Feb. 15]
"Two Societies"
5:30 p.m.
J.L. King Center
Hosted by MSU AmeriCorps VISTAs

Monday [Feb. 18]
6 p.m.
"The Promised Land"
Boys and Girls Club 6:00pm
Hosted by Boys and Girls Club

Wednesday [Feb. 20]
"Ain't Gonna Shuffle No More"
6 p.m.
South Hall, Room 407
Hosted by Men of Excellence

Monday [Feb. 25]
"The Keys to the Kindgom"
6 p.m.
McCool Hall, Room 128
Hosted by Service Dawgs

In addition to the series:
Thursday [Feb. 28]
"The Murder of Emmett Till"
6 p.m.
South Hall, Room 407
Hosted by I.D.E.A.L Woman