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12 May 2018

City-Wide Malcolm X Legacy Conversations film screenings and panel discussion series — May 10 -19

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May 12, 2018 Category: Entertainment Posted by:

The ICPIC New Africa Center is offering a Malcolm X Legacy Conversation in multiple venues around Philadelphia for ten days, concluding with Malcolm’s birthday on May 19th. Each conservation will include a screening of the film “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” which focuses on the impact of the book by the same name, had on race relations in America. The film has dramatizations and interviews with Malcolm X’s family and friends along with scholars and authors.

Friday, May 11th United Bank Building 3750 Lancaster Ave, 6pm to 9pm

Malcolm’s Legacy – Impacting Self Determination in the African American Community

Panelists: Dr. Michael J. Dennis, Mitchell Chance, Officer Jessie Woodhouse, Mujahiddeen Muhammad and others.

Saturday, May 12th: Masjidullah 7401 Limeklin Pike, 2pm to 5pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Islam in the African American Community

Panelists: Imam Muhammad Abdul-Aleem, Dr. Khalid Blankinship Temple, Timothy Wilbeck, Esq, Aliya Khabir

Sunday, May 13th: Philadelphia Masjid 4700 Wyalusing Ave, 2pm to 5pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Economic & Cultural Development in the African American Community.

Panelists: Imam Kenneth Nurideen, Dr. Mahdi Ibn-Ziyad, Officer Jessie Woodhouse and Oshunbumi Fernandez-West

Monday, May 14th: Dornsife Center 3509 Spring Garden Street, 6pm to 7:30pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Community Empowerment

Panelists: Dr. Donald F. Tibbs Drexel Law School, Mitchell Chance, Mujahiddeen Muhammad, Jihad Ahmed and others.

Tuesday, May 15th: Temple University Paley Library (Ground Floor) 1210 Polett Walk, 6pm to 8pm

Malcolm’s Legacy – Impacting Self Determination in the African American Community

Panelists: Dr. Zain Abdullah Temple Univ., Dr. Ahmet Selim Tekelioglu, Imam Muhammad Abdul-Aleem & others.

Wednesday May 16th Shoemaker Mastery Charter School 53th & Media Street (Time TBD)

Malcolm X Legacy – Impacting Community Empowerment: Youth Voices of Change

Faculty and students will view the film, followed by a panel discussion with Youth Conversationalists

Thursday, May 17th: Muhammad Mosque #12   2508 N. Broad Street 6pm to 8pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Self Determination in the African American Community

Panelists: Min. Rodney Muhammad, Dr. Khalid Blankinship Temple Univ., Dr. Molefi K. Asante Temple Univ., and others

Friday, May 18th: City Hall Caucus Room 401  6pm to 8pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Political Empowerment, The Ballot or the Bullet

Panelists: Councilman Curtis Jones, Rep. Vanessa L Brown, Dr. Molefi K. Asante, Sen. Sharif Street, Muhammad Abdul-Aleem

Saturday, May 19th: New Africa Center 4243 Lancaster Ave, 1pm to 8pm

ICPIC New Africa Center will host from 1pm to 6pm a block party and Community Day Program celebrating Malcolm X birthday with face painting, games, music, food, museum tours, neighborhood walking tours and entertainment.

Film and Panel Conversation: 6pm to 8pm

Malcolm’s Legacy Impacting Self Determination in the African American Community

Panelists: Dr. Zain Abdullah Temple Univ., Mitchell Chance, Officer Jessie Woodhouse, Imam Amin Nathari and others.

Saturday, May 19th: Malcolm X Park 52nd & Pine Street 12pm to 8pm

Friends of Malcolm X Park & Mitchell Chance will host Community Day Program Celebrating Malcolm X birthday with face painting, games, music, food, speakers and entertainment.

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