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Free Outdoor Screening in Greensboro
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OLD SOUTH 
Free Outdoor Screening
Saturday, July 25th at 9pm
Grassy lot at the corner of Arlington Street and Bragg Street


On Saturday, July 25th at 9pm, Elsewhere and the International Civil Rights Center & Museum will host a free outdoor screening of Danielle Beverly's 
OLD SOUTH in the grassy lot at the corner of Arlington Street and Bragg Street, in Greensboro’s historic Old Asheboro neighborhood. 

The documentary follows the story of Hope, a 30-year-old woman fighting to save her historic African American neighborhood from encroachment by an elite white college fraternity, one known to fly a confederate flag and hold an annual antebellum parade. OLD SOUTH provides, through a quiet unfolding story, a window into the underlying dynamics of race relations that influence so many American communities. And ultimately inspires hope, reflection, and crucial steps forward.

The film screening is followed by an open conversation and Q&A session with the film's Director and staff from the International Civil Rights Center & Museum about how America’s legacy of racism has impacted the formation of our communities and lived experiences, as well as about how we might re-imagine how communities can thrive.

This event is part of Elsewhere’s South Elm Projects, which promotes neighborhood-driven community revitalization through artist-led projects and public programming amidst the neighborhood’s current redevelopment.

Director Danielle Beverly brings this film to Greensboro as the final stop on the “Healing Spaces Tour,” which has taken OLD SOUTH to screening venues throughout the Southeast. The tour is funded by Wave Farm & NYSCA.  

Please bring chairs and blankets for this free outdoor screening. 

Questions please contact production@goelsewhere.org
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