Black History Studies presents the screening of Angela Davis: Portrait of a Revolutionary on Monday 24th June 2019 @ Lexi Cinema
Writer, intellectual and civil rights icon Angela Davis was one of the most outspoken activists of the 1960s and 1970s, embodying everything that white, conservative, patriarchal America feared. A professor of philosophy at UCLA, Davis was also a communist, a Black Panther and a vocal critic of the U.S. government. This documentary directed by Yolande DuLuart, one of Davis’ former students, offers a unique contemporary insight into a figurehead of the revolution.
THIS SCREENING IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!
This event will take place on MONDAY 24TH JUNE 2019 at The Lexi Cinema, 194b Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, London, NW10 3JU. Located 3 minutes from Kensal Rise Overground Station. Located 10 mins from Kensal Green and 15 mins from Queens Park on the Bakerloo Line. Via Bus, the Okehampton Road stop is right outside the Lexi Cinema, served by 52, 452, 6, 187, 302
Doors open at 6pm. The event will start 6.30pm
Please book your ticket(s) here https://thelexicinema.co.uk/film/lfs-angela-davis-portrait