On Saturday, February 4, you and your family can join the Black History Month celebration at the Auburn Hills Public Library. During the gathering, the library will screen A Time For Justice. This film captured the spirit and legacy of America’s Civil Rights movement, and contains clips – including historical footage – of individuals who were important to the movement. Auburn Hills residents can attend the event at no cost. That being said, you will need to register with the library to secure a spot during the screening.
The library’s Black History Month Celebration, and the screening of A Time For Justice, will take place on Saturday, February 4. The screening will begin at 11am.
The event is taking place at the Auburn Hills Public Library. The library is located at 3400 E Seyburn Dr, Auburn Hills, MI 48326.
You can register to attend this event through the Auburn Hills Public Library’s website by clicking here.
A special screening of A Time For Justice, a documentary detailing the accomplishments, and struggles, of those involved in the American Civil Rights movement.
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Additional information event, including registration information, can be found on the Auburn Hills event calendar at this link.