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Brown v. BOE Mural Documentary Screening & Discussion

Date: February 16, 2019
Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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601 N. Water St.
Wichita, KS 67203
United States
Contact: Brooke Burrough
Phone: 3162627651


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Join us for a FREE screening of the new KPTS – Channel 8 documentary, “Brown v. Board of Education Mural at the Capitol,” hosted by the Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC), The Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM) and KPTS.

At this event, we will screen the 30-minute film, then there will be a panel discussion about the project moderated by Kenya Cox, executive director of the Kansas African American Affairs Commission. Panelists include: Charles Baptist, former NAACP State Conference President; Michael Young, Mural Artist; and Senator Oletha Faust-Goudeau, Senate Minority Whip and District 29 Representative.

Light refreshments will be provided. This event is FREE and open to the public. No R.S.V.P. is required, but seating is limited. Free parking is available in the garage across the street from the museum.

If you are unable to attend this event, “Brown v. Board of Education Mural at the Capitol,” will air on KPTS - Channel 8 at 8:30 p.m., Feb. 22, 2019. Also go to www.kpts.org for a listing of many, other great Black History Month programs.

KAAAC works to devise strategies to address public policy concerns of the African American community. The Commission serves as a conduit for programs, grants, research, and policy advice for state and local organizations while addressing needs for change that are unique to the African American Community in the state of Kansas. Learn more at www.kaaac.ks.gov.

TKAAM endeavors to make the Kansas African American experience resonate with every Kansan. The vision of TKAAM is to be the premiere place where people come to learn about or tell the Kansas African American story. Learn more at www.tkaamuseum.org.

Kansas Public Telecommunication Services (KPTS) - Channel 8 is our community-owned public media organization whose mission is to educate, engage, entertain and enrich Kansans. KPTS’ vision is to be a primary influence for a thriving, engaged community. Learn more at www.kpts.org.

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