Last night’s movie screening of “Black and Gold: The Story of the Almighty Latin King & Queen Nation” was a great success. Technical difficulties causing us to start late, but we had a brief introduction and question & answer session with King Jay and King Hype of the ALKQN in North Carolina and Eric Ginsburg from the Spirit of the Sit-in Movement Initiative.
Over sixty people were in attendance at New Creation’s congregation room at First Presbyterian Church on Elm St. Many thanks to Reverend Frank Dew for hosting the event and to the many people from his church that attended the event.
The Spirit of the Sit-in Movement Initiative will be hosting another movie screening on August 26. “Greensboro: Closer to the Truth,” a documentary on the Greensboro Massacre of 1979 will be shown at 8pm at the Greensboro HIVE (1214 Grove St in Glenwood).
These events were organized as part of the Greensboro Justice Summer campaign to address corruption and misconduct in the Greensboro Police Department while standing for justice and dignity for all.