Join us on Sunday, April 11

SELMA: The Movie at Sunnybrook Drive-In

For a Community Conversation on Systemic Racism and Civic Duties

SELMA: The Movie – April 11 – at Sunnybrook Drive-In

Our mission at STRIVE is to unify and strengthen our community. In an effort to continue the conversation and create an open dialogue around systemic racism, we are inviting you to our next Community Conversation on Sunday, April 11.

In an effort to connect in a safe environment, we will be watching the movie SELMA on the big screen at Sunnybrook Drive-In and discussing how the movie relates to our current climate around systematic racism and our civic duties.

As part of the conversation, you will be asked to answer a few questions through text messaging. We will then continue the conversation virtually until we can again return to in-person discussions.

Please Note: Your registration is for one vehicle, and parking is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Information to register for the text messaging discussion will be provided in your confirmation email.

Gates open at 6:30 PM.
The movie starts at 8:00 PM.
Parents: This Movie is Rated PG-13
This event is FREE. Donations are appreciated.

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