Media Alert - BNHA Online Lecture Series Sheds Light on the Stories of Baltimore Youth
February 10, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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BNHA Online Lecture Series Sheds Light on the Stories of Baltimore Youth
It’s More Than History Lecture Series is Back!
WHAT: It’s More Than History Lecture Series in partnership with The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture returns on February 19th at 12 pm virtually with a short film double feature and panel discussion.
Not Just a Game—The Story of Savage - A documentary about an East Baltimore ice hockey team and how it’s changing the lives of Baltimore youth. Produced by Just Stunt Productions for The Tender Bridge, the film follows Savage, one of the players on the Baltimore Banners team, through his first season and his growth on and off the ice.
BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY: Stories of Survival - The concept of "making a way out of no way" is nothing new to the citizens of Baltimore. There is a long history of residents activating their entrepreneurial talents in an effort to survive, provide and thrive. Squeegeeing is just the next chapter in this very Baltimore story. BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY: Stories of Survival takes a closer look at the young entrepreneurs that have grabbed both headlines and everyone's attention. Hear directly from them about the impact of squeegeeing on their lives and what they need the public to understand about this unique approach to self-sufficiency. After the viewing of the film, there will be a Q&A with the cast members.
Panel discussion with film creators will follow the screening.
WHO: The Baltimore National Heritage Area in partnership with The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The community is invited and the virtual event is FREE. RSVP is required - https://www.explorebaltimore.o...
WHEN: Friday, February 19th - 12pm - 1pm
WHERE: Online Virtual Event - RSVP Required - https://www.explorebaltimore.o...
MEDIA CONTACT: LaDawn Black, Marketing and Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-878-6411