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Black History Month Film Series: Whose Streets?

The Father's Group presents a Black History Month Film Series

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Black History Month Film Series: Whose Streets?

Time & Location

Feb 18, 5:00 PM

Open Space Event Studios , 220 NE Lafayette Ave, Bend, OR 97701, USA

About This Event

Join The Father's Group in collaboration with BendFilm and Open Space Event Studios to celebrate and honor Black History Month. Each weekend in February there will be showings of curated films at both Open Space Event Studios and Tin Pan Theater. 

The Father's Group is a local Black-led non profit that works to enhance the lives of children through education, leadership, and networking; while strengthening our community, eliminating barriers, and helping individuals reach their full potential.

About The Film: Whose Streets? 

An account of the Ferguson uprising as told by the people who lived it. The filmmakers look at how the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a global movement. The documentary film focuses on seven main characters, particularly Hands Up United’s cofounder Tory Russell, Brittany Ferrell, a nurse and young mother, and David Whitt, a recruiter for civilian organization Cop Watch. Watch the trailer here

Doors at 5 PM | Show at 6 PM

$10 | Get tickets here

Please note that we do have a number of tickets set aside for free student entry. If you are a student and have proof of ID please email info@openspace.studio to reserve a free ticket.

If you can't make this screening at Open Space Event Studios, check out what other screenings the Father's Group and BendFilm are hosting for Black History Month at Tin Pan Theater. Whose Streets? will be showing at Tin Pan on Sunday, Feb. 20th.