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Caribbean Movie Night

UROC of Philadelphia, (CEO and founder Miranda Alexander, vice president Lamya Broussard)
together with
-Amnesty International of Philadelphia
-Independent Commission on African Affairs (ICOAA)
-Newton Friends Meeting
with friends, watched and discussed,
Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution
(the story of the US invasion of Grenada) be shown, discussed and includes a reception.

Thursday, June 18, 2015
Newton Meeting House, Camden
Doors open at 5.30pm
Reception starts at 6pm, followed by movie and discussion, which starts at 7pm, hosted by Dr Rhone Fraser.

Program: networking reception at 6pm, outside in our urban farm if weather permits. Program inside starts at 7pm: movie and discussion.

Dr Rhone Fraser is a son of Jamaica, a Yale graduate in molecular biophysics & biochemistry (BS), a Univ South Florida graduate in African American history (MA), and a Temple graduate in African studies (PhD). He has been teaching African American history for over a decade.
Grenada click here
UROC takes Philadelphia kids for a day in the country click here
Congressional Black Caucus click here

Pictures are of Newton Friends Meeting,  click here