Attend or Host a Screening

CALL TO ACTION: Contact us today to arrange to host a screening at your school, church, community center. Help move this legislation forward!

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SCREENING SCHEDULE

Thursday, March 11, 2010

7:00PM – 9:00 PM
Sienna College Roger Bacon-Key Auditorium Loudonville, NY 12211
presents

A Screening of “Before They Die!”
A documentary chronicling the Tulsa Race Riot and benefiting the survivors

Film is free to the public, seating is limited

• • •

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

7:00PM
Medgar Evers College Film and Cultural Series
presents

“Creating Justice” A Screening of “Before They Die!”
A documentary chronicling the Tulsa Race Riot and benefiting the survivors

Film screening held at Medgar Evers College – The City University of New York

Film is free to the public, seating is limited

• • •

Saturday, February 20, 2010

2:00PM – 4:00PM
The Tulsa Project Inc.
presents

A Screening of “Before They Die!”
A documentary chronicling the Tulsa Race Riot and benefiting the survivors

Film screening followed by
Q & A with Reginald Turner, producer/director of Before They Die!

Downtown Metropolitan Library
4th Floor Auditorium
300 Park Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK

Film is free to the public, seating is limited
Donations accepted to The Tulsa Project, Inc.

• • •

Friday, February 19, 2010

7:00PM
The Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Chapter of the Black Law Students Association
The University of Oklahoma College of Law
presents

A Screening of “Before They Die!”
2010 Black History Program

Film screening followed by
Q & A with Reginald Turner, director of Before They Die!
and Damario Solomon-Simmons,
OU BLSA alumnus, member of Tulsa
Race Riot Survivor legal team

The Dick Bell Courtroom
University of Oklahoma College of Law
Followed by reception in Sneed Lounge

Friday, September 25, 2009

3:00-6:00PM
The Congressional Black Caucus and The Tulsa Project, Inc.
present

“Reflections on the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 and
Screening of Before They Die!”

Washington Convention Center, Room 145B
801 Mount Vernon Place, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Sunday, May 31, 2009

8:00AM
Book Signings with Professor Charles J. Ogletree, Jr
First African Methodist Episcopal Church (F.A.M.E.)
2270 South Harvard BLVD
Los Angeles, California 90018

11:00 AM
West Angeles Church of God in Christ
West Angeles Cathedral
3600 Crenshaw BLVD
Los Angeles, California 90016

6:30 PM – Reception
7:30 PM – Film Screening

Nate Holden Performing Arts Center (NHPAC)
4718 W. Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90018

3 responses to “Attend or Host a Screening”

  1. Josetta Christian says :

    I cannot afford to purchase this dvd at the moment but as soon as I have the money it is number one on my list. This is a very important lesson in history that we cannot afford to miss. We have to look back in-order to know where we are coming from so that our path to the future can be clear and precise. These days our young people have no idea what happened in our recent historical past. They believe by some foolish wisdom that they have arrived with videos such as this they will see what our people went through in order for them to have what they have today. It will give them fresh resolve and hopefully inspire them be greater than they would have been otherwise. GOD bless all the survivors and their family. I am looking forward to watching this with by two boys and sharing it with everyone I know.

  2. Maurisa Pruett says :

    Thank you for contacting me about this film. What an excellent resource for my students to learn about this terrible time in our history. I would love to have a copy for my classroom and look forward to hearing from you.

  3. Amanda Lopez says :

    What does it take to host a screening? I am interested in helping to coordinate one in the Denver/Boulder area. I grew up in Tulsa and witnessed the effects on the Race Riot of 1921 on the entire city. Not only Blacks, and even to this day. So many important lessons come out of this tragic and needless event. Lessons everyone everywhere should benefit from. This film can help that as well as help the Survivors. Thank you.

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