School Daze

Featuring a Post-Film Community Panel Discussion

School Daze
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 AT 7:00PM

General Admission: $5

Passes Not Accepted

Featuring a post-film community panel discussion on Black Greek life, HBCU’s, and fraternities and sororities moderated by Dr. Stephanie Troutman Robbins, University of Arizona and Co-Chair of The Loft Racial Justice Committee.

All proceeds from this screening will be donated to TEEM AZ, a local nonprofit dedicated to uplifting African American youth to provide the learning experiences necessary for a successful future.

Spike Lee’s music-filled, off-beat comedy School Daze takes an unforgettable look at black college life. Amidst gala coronations, football, fraternities, parades and parties, the students of Mission College find themselves caught up in romance and relationships, rituals and rivalries during one outrageous homecoming weekend.  Starring Laurence Fishburne, Giancarlo Esposito and Tisha Campbell. (Dir. by Spike Lee, 1988, USA, 121 mins., Rated R)

Unapologetically Black is a new film and education series co-presented by the YWCA’s Center for Gender & Racial Justice and The Loft Cinema’s Black Experience Film Series.

2 HR 1 MIN | R

Released 1988
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