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Films For Action ATX Presents: BLACK OUT
Wed, Jul 1, 2015 7pm to 9pm
North Austin YMCA | YMCA of Austin - 1000 W Rundberg Ln Austin, TX · Cost: Free
Jun 1, 2015

Films For Action - Austin, Texas Chapter started in Early February to help promote change within Austin through film, art, and action. The organization is hosting it's FIRST ever event in partnership with the UT National Association of Black Journalists! https://www.facebook.com/events/1602306560009136/

The event is a film created and directed by the NABJ title "BLACK OUT: A documentary about gentrification in Austin". BLACK OUT takes viewers through East Austin to show the ways that gentrification has changed the city, the film features decorated scholars, college students, and local community members.

After the showing of BLACK OUT, F4A will host a panel and open the floor for questions from the audience. This is an event you will NOT want to miss! 

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Films For Action ATX Presents: BLACK OUT