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Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Freedom Day in Black, Red, and White Text
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Wednesday, June 16 at (All day)

"What gets remembered is determined by who is in the room, doing the remembering," says Betty Reid Soskin, a ninety-nine year-old National Park Ranger who has made it her mission to restore the missing fragments of America's African American history. In No Time to Waste, Soskin shares her life experiences as a Black woman in the United States: her time working in a World War II segregated union hall; her roles as mother, activist, singer, and legislative representative; and her current position as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. No Time to Waste is presented in partnership with the Vigo County Parks Department to celebrate and commemorate Juneteenth. Learn more at notimetowastefilm.com. Viewing will be available Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 19. Register to receive a viewing invitation.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Freedom Day in Black, Red, and White Text
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Wednesday, June 16 at (All day)

"What gets remembered is determined by who is in the room, doing the remembering," says Betty Reid Soskin, a ninety-nine year-old National Park Ranger who has made it her mission to restore the missing fragments of America's African American history. In No Time to Waste, Soskin shares her life experiences as a Black woman in the United States: her time working in a World War II segregated union hall; her roles as mother, activist, singer, and legislative representative; and her current position as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. No Time to Waste is presented in partnership with the Vigo County Parks Department to celebrate and commemorate Juneteenth. Learn more at notimetowastefilm.com. Viewing will be available Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 19. Register to receive a viewing invitation.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Freedom Day in Black, Red, and White Text
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Wednesday, June 16 at (All day)

"What gets remembered is determined by who is in the room, doing the remembering," says Betty Reid Soskin, a ninety-nine year-old National Park Ranger who has made it her mission to restore the missing fragments of America's African American history. In No Time to Waste, Soskin shares her life experiences as a Black woman in the United States: her time working in a World War II segregated union hall; her roles as mother, activist, singer, and legislative representative; and her current position as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. No Time to Waste is presented in partnership with the Vigo County Parks Department to celebrate and commemorate Juneteenth. Learn more at notimetowastefilm.com. Viewing will be available Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 19. Register to receive a viewing invitation.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Black Men in White Coats

Black Men in White Coats

Black Doctor Holding a Stethoscope
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Friday, June 18 at (All day)

Only 2% of doctors in America are Black men and their enrollment in medical programs has barely changed since 1978 despite population increases among Black Americans. Why is this population so badly under-represented in the modern medical system? Learn about the systemic barriers that may prevent Black Americans from attaining medical degrees and how to help change these statistics for the benefit of future generations. Viewing will be available Friday, June 18 to Sunday, June 20. Register to receive a viewing invitation. Learn more at bit.ly/blackmen_whitecoats.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste Home Viewing

Juneteenth Freedom Day in Black, Red, and White Text
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Wednesday, June 16 at (All day)

"What gets remembered is determined by who is in the room, doing the remembering," says Betty Reid Soskin, a ninety-nine year-old National Park Ranger who has made it her mission to restore the missing fragments of America's African American history. In No Time to Waste, Soskin shares her life experiences as a Black woman in the United States: her time working in a World War II segregated union hall; her roles as mother, activist, singer, and legislative representative; and her current position as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. No Time to Waste is presented in partnership with the Vigo County Parks Department to celebrate and commemorate Juneteenth. Learn more at notimetowastefilm.com. Viewing will be available Thursday, June 16 to Saturday, June 19. Register to receive a viewing invitation.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Black Men in White Coats

Black Men in White Coats

Black Doctor Holding a Stethoscope
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Friday, June 18 at (All day)

Only 2% of doctors in America are Black men and their enrollment in medical programs has barely changed since 1978 despite population increases among Black Americans. Why is this population so badly under-represented in the modern medical system? Learn about the systemic barriers that may prevent Black Americans from attaining medical degrees and how to help change these statistics for the benefit of future generations. Viewing will be available Friday, June 18 to Sunday, June 20. Register to receive a viewing invitation. Learn more at bit.ly/blackmen_whitecoats.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
 
Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste

Juneteenth Film: No Time to Waste

Juneteenth Freedom Day in Black, Red, and White Text
Community Locations
Hawthorn Park
Premieres Saturday, June 19 at 7:30 pm

"What gets remembered is determined by who is in the room, doing the remembering," says Betty Reid Soskin, a ninety-nine year-old National Park Ranger who has made it her mission to restore the missing fragments of America's African American history. In No Time to Waste, Soskin shares her life experiences as a Black woman in the United States: her time working in a World War II segregated union hall; her roles as mother, activist, singer, and legislative representative; and her current position as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park. No Time to Waste is presented in partnership with the Vigo County Parks Department to celebrate and commemorate JuneteenthLearn more at notimetowastefilm.com. Activities and discussion will begin at 7:30 p.m.; film screening will begin at 9:30 p.m.

7:30 pm
Community Locations
Hawthorn Park
 
 
Black Men in White Coats

Black Men in White Coats

Black Doctor Holding a Stethoscope
Digital Programs
Film Screening
Premieres Friday, June 18 at (All day)

Only 2% of doctors in America are Black men and their enrollment in medical programs has barely changed since 1978 despite population increases among Black Americans. Why is this population so badly under-represented in the modern medical system? Learn about the systemic barriers that may prevent Black Americans from attaining medical degrees and how to help change these statistics for the benefit of future generations. Viewing will be available Friday, June 18 to Sunday, June 20. Register to receive a viewing invitation. Learn more at bit.ly/blackmen_whitecoats.

(All day)
Digital Programs
Film Screening
 
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The Birds at the Moon-Lite

The Birds at the Moon-Lite

Poster: The Birds
Community Locations
Moon Lite Drive-In Theater
Premieres Monday, June 28 at 9:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: In Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, socialite Melanie Daniels pursues Mitch Brenner, a lawyer that she meets at a San Francisco pet shop, after he plays a practical joke on her. To return the favor, Melanie goes to Bodega Bay where she meets Mitch and his family. Upon her arrival, however, the local birds begin to exhibit strange behaviors that quickly escalate to violent attacks. Each car will receive free admission and the first 100 cars to arrive will receive a complimentary popcorn. Rated PG-13. Gates open at 9:00 p.m.

9:00 pm
Community Locations
Moon Lite Drive-In Theater