In the 1930's, a group of 22 African Americans boarded a ship en route to Russia. They were the excited cast members hired for the film Black and White. A film designed to highlight American racism. Discover why African American Poet, Langston Hughes "laughed until he cried" when he read the script, and what became of it.
PRESENTER: Alex Judge is a Learning Facilitator at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. She has a degree in history from the U of Toronto.
FEES: Members $15 / Guests $20
DATE: Monday, February 10
TIME: 1:00 - 2:30