About This Festival
The Chicago Urban League|4510 Michigan Ave Chicago, IL
Created by the community-engaged Chicago Urban League advocacy group, the Black History Month Film Festival in Chicago celebrates the achievements of African American storytellers, directors and actors with a focus on cinematic works that inspire change. Held on four days during Black History Month, the event spotlights feature-length pieces that deal with poverty, the education system and black students, violence and the experiences of youths in the urban setting. Q&A and discussion sessions take place after each presentation.
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