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    Tubman Museum, 310 Cherry Street, Macon, GA 21302
  • Date :

    Thursday, November 3, 2016
  • Time :

    7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
  • Price :

    Free Registration Required

Get a “sneak peek” at the new four-hour, two-part PBS series from American historian, teacher, filmmaker and literary critic, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., that embarks on a deeply personal journey through the last 50 years of African American history.

Drawing on eyewitness accounts, scholarly analysis and rare archival footage, the series illuminates our recent past and paints a complex and comprehensive portrait of Black America since 1965, while raising urgent questions about the future of the African-American community — and our nation as a whole.

A panel discussion will follow this screening in the Peyton Anderson Rotunda, which is the last of three exclusive Georgia screenings — Atlanta, Savannah and Macon — before the series airs on GPB in late November.

This is a FREE event, but registration is required, so please be prepared to show your printed ticket OR ticket on a mobile device.

Visit this page for more information and to register for free tickets.

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