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Black Lens returns in Milwaukee to celebrate Black History Month through films, events

todayJanuary 30, 2023

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Courtesy: Milwaukee Film, Black Lens

Milwaukee Film’s premiere program Black Lens returns with another engaging series for Black History Month.

Black Lens debuts a host of new community events and movies throughout February showcasing the beauty and intricacies of African American society and culture.

The events kick off on Feb. 1 and span the gamut of networking, exploring Afrofuturism, music and Black love.

“Groove Theory”, the Black Lens music series, also features a reunion of the popular local band Growing Nation, and the Valentine’s Day-themed, “Black Love Through A Black Lens” hosted by St. Louis-based intimacy specialist Afrosexology.

In a new series, “In Retrospect”, music journalist Miles Marshall Lewis will take guests on a deep dive of Grammy-nominated rapper Kendrick Lamar.

If the movie screenings are more your vibe, tickets are $12 for general admission and $9 for members.

Films include “Fire Music”, a documentary highlighting the free-jazz movement; the 1980’s cult classic “The Last Dragon”; “Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom” and “Loudmouth, an unprecedented look into the life and work of longtime civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton.

All showings are at the Oriental Theater.

Check out the Black Lens interactive guide below, or click here to see the full schedule of films and events.

Written by: Kim Shine

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