Hey, Movie Lovers!
You are invited to join us each month for Movie Night, a discussion of recent and not-so-recent movies, hosted by Fr. Javier, Tad Richard, and Neil McClenney.
This month, we’ll be discussing the film, Dreamland: The Burning of Black Wall Street, produced by CNN. It investigates not only the burning of Tulsa, Oklahoma, but also recent attempts to locate mass graves of those that were killed in the massacre, and tells the story of the Greenwood District since that event.
PLEASE NOTE: There are quite a few movies with titles that start with “Dreamland” so be sure to look for the full title if you Google it. I found and watched it on Max: https://www.max.com/movies/dreamland-the-burning-of-black-wall-street/bcb2fe3e-ae7d-4c63-9e1b-eef8bddb1819
We will meet at Fortnight Brewing Company, which is close to the church, on Monday, September 25, at 7:00 PM. Fortnight has good outdoor (covered) seating, they offer non-alcoholic drink options in addition to beer, and are OK if you bring your own non-alcoholic drink.
Also, please note that although St. Paul’s sponsors the Movie Night group, it is not meant to be exclusive to St. Paul’s people. If you have a friend or two that you think would enjoy the discussions and contribute to the group, please invite them to join us!
Email Tad if you have any questions.
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