Black History Month Film Festival

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The Township of Union will kick off a month-long Black History Month Celebration this year! Starting with a "Live History" Performance featuring a performance by Keith Henley of the American Historical Theatre as Langston Hughes at Town Hall, Union' Black History celebrations continue through Tuesday, February 28th when they will announce the winners of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest. 

Residents, friends and families are invited to enjoy the traveling Black History Month Film Festival. All events are free to attend and are family friendly. 

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Black History Month Celebration Kickoff
& Live History Performance; Langstan Hughes
Tuesday, Feb 7th | 
Town Hall at 7pm

                Movie Screening of "Garrett's Gift"
Tuesday, Feb 14th
Vauxhall Public Library at 11am | Rated G
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Special Feature of "Southside with You"


 - The Story of Barack Obama & Michelle Robinson's First Date
Saturday, Feb 18th
Jefferson School at 2pm | Rated PG-13
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Special Feature of "Hidden Figures"


Tuesday, Feb 21st
Union Theater at 6pm | Rated PG
Free for All - Includes Drink & Popcorn
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Movie Screening of "Journey of Henry "Box" Brown"

Thursday, Feb 23rd
Vauxhall Public Library at 3pm | Rated G
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Movie Screening of "Race"

Saturday, Feb 25th 
Union Public Library at 1pm | Rated PG-13

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For more information on the Township of Union's Black History Month Film Festival please email Natalie Pineiro at npineiro@uniontownship.com or call (908) 851-5096.