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World Premiere: Jubillee, Juneteenth & the Thirteenth
Saturday, Jun 19, 2021 7:00 PM
Tickets to this world premiere of “JUBILEE, JUNETEENTH & THE THIRTEENTH” includes a VIP Reception, catered by PPX Events with wines by Josh Wine Cellars with the producers and those featured in the film. This reception will be held at the Museum of African American History, 20 York Street, beginning at 5:30pm. Transportation to Dreamland will be provided. The film will begin at The Dreamland’s Main Theater, 17 South Water Street, promptly at 7pm.
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“JUBILEE, JUNETEENTH & THE THIRTEENTH”

Written and Produced by Sylvia Stevens-Edouard

Museum of African American History, Board Chair

 

Tickets to this world premiere of “JUBILEE, JUNETEENTH & THE THIRTEENTH” includes screening of the film, and a panel discussion with the producer and special guests. A private VIP Reception will be held at the Museum of African American History, 20 York Street, beginning at 5:30pm catered by PPX Events with wines by Josh Wine Cellars.

The film will begin at The Dreamland’s Main Theater, 17 South Water Street, promptly at 7:00pm.

Tickets: $25

Run time: 55 minutes
The film will be followed by a Q&A with special guests
Moderated by Rob Cocuzzo of Nantucket Magazine

 

Featuring:

Hill Harper, Actor and Author (The Good Doctor, on ABC and How it Really Happened, on HLN news network

Dr. Kerri Greenidge, Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora at Tufts University

Dr. Kellie Carter Jackson, Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities and Africana Studies at Wellesley College

Dr. Annette Gordon Reed Ph.D., Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard University, and author of "On Juneteenth."

"Jubilee, Juneteenth and The Thirteenth," examines the influential but often overlooked role that African Americans played in the events that led to the abolition of slavery in the United States. It also explores why it took two years and six months after the end of the Civil War, before Blacks in Texas were emancipated, and examines the need to pass the Thirteenth Amendment to abolish slavery in the United States. Finally, the film will outline how the 14th and 15th Amendments were required to guarantee citizenship rights, the right to vote, and manhood suffrage.

For more information on the Museum of African American History, visit them online at: www.maah.org.



INFORMATION
Rating:Unrated
Run Time:55m
Genre:Documentary
CAST/CREW
Producer:Sylvia Stevens-Edouard
Category:Special Events and Partnerships
Film