Hear from young African American women who speak on hope, triumph, education, sex, relationships, abuse, love and more. A panel discussion with filmmaker Aiesha Turman and cast members will follow the screening.
Museum admission required.
Sign language interpretation services provided.
Event begins at 3:00PM
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