Black History Studies: ‘7 A.M’ - A Documentary
For #FinancialLiteracyMonth, Black History Studies presents the Black economic empowerment film 7 A.M: A Documentary.
Directed by Jason Black (The Black Authority), 7 A.M. is the first in-depth documentary focusing on Black socioeconomics and why our lack of business ownership is at the root of our state of poverty and political alienation. We speak to academics, activists, best-selling authors and entrepreneurs for a critical insight into why entrepreneurship is the only thing that will solve our crisis. The documentary features contributions from Dr. Claud Anderson, Dr Umar Johnson, Shalamar Blakely, A'Leila Bundles, Morris Levine, Brett Pulley and Don Peebles.
Doors open at 12.00. The film will start 12.30, and be followed by a discussion.
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|Sat 22nd Apr||12.00||Upstairs at the Ritzy.|