MIAMI-DADE PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF LIBRARY EXCELLENCE WITH FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE WPBT2 DOCUMENTARY PARALLEL LIVES
In celebration of Miami-Dade Public Library System’s 40th anniversary, a special screening of the WPBT2 documentary Parallel Lives will be shown on Thursday, May 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Main Library – 101 W. Flagler Street. Parallel Lives tells the story of two remarkable women - Dr. Dorothy Jenkins Fields and Arva Moore Parks - who both grew up in Miami, but led very different yet amazingly complementary lives. Their experiences of the city, its history, and its culture were seen through vastly different lenses - one was white; the other black.
Following the screening will be a panel discussion with the film’s stars and its producer Mark Baker. The panel will be moderated by Helen Aguirre Ferré, an award-winning journalist and host of the WPBT2 Public Affairs series Issues. Musical entertainment will be provided by Mr. Jon Saxx.
Film Screening and Panel Discussion of WPBT2’s Documentary Parallel Lives
Thursday, May 26, 6:30 p.m.
|WHERE||Main Library, 101 W Flagler Street – 305-375-2665|
Victoria Galan- Public Affairs Officer
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