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Caribbean Movie Night

UROC of Philadelphia
together with
-Amnesty International of Philadelphia
-Independent Commission on African Affairs (ICOAA)
-Newton Friends Meeting
with friends, watched and discussed,
Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution
(the story of the US invasion of Grenada) be shown, discussed and includes a reception.

7-9pm
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Newton Meeting House, Camden
Doors open at 5.30pm
Reception starts at 6pm, followed by movie and discussion, which starts at 7pm, hosted by Dr Rhone Fraser.

Program: networking reception at 6pm, outside in our urban farm if weather permits. Program inside starts at 7pm: movie and discussion.

Dr Rhone Fraser is a son of Jamaica, a Yale graduate in molecular biophysics & biochemistry (BS), a Univ South Florida graduate in African American history (MA), and a Temple graduate in African studies (PhD). He has been teaching African American history for over a decade.
Grenada click here
UROC takes Philadelphia kids for a day in the country click here
Congressional Black Caucus click here

Pictures are of Newton Friends Meeting,  click here