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Mighty Times:
The Children's March

POSTPONED!

We regret that our Black History Month screening of Mighty Times: The Children's March must be postponed to a later date. Due to ongoing construction, P.S. 18 will be closed. Please check back for the new date and time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please join us for a Black History Month screening of this 2004 American documentary, which chronicles the 1963 Civil Rights March in Birmingham, Alabama and the children who braved fire hoses, police dogs and jail time to march for their rights. It was a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement.
Learn more about this film and the event.

Mighty Times: The Children's March
, directed by Bobby Houston and produced by Robert Hudson, is an Academy Award Winner for Best Documentary Short in 2005.

DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED
at P.S. 18, Broadway and Henderson Avenue
FREE TO ALL!


Clothing, books and toys will be distributed.

RSVP at info@utasi.org or call 718.273.5610



















Upcoming Events
For information, call 718.273.5610


Postponed: Date to be announced
Black History Month Program

A screening of the documentary film:
“Mighty Times: The Children's March”
at P.S. 18, Broadway and Henderson Av

FREE TO ALL


March 22: Multi-Cultural Bazaar
A Day of Extraordinary Fun & Learning
Multi-cultural performances and foods
Art auction • Fashion show • Games
Attic treasures • Give-aways • Surprises
Central Family Life Center
52 Wright Street, Stapleton

For information, call 718.273.5610

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