740 E. 56th Place
Chicago, Illinois 60637

DuSable Sunday Afternoon Film Series is pleased to present "Separate But Equal." This film follows the true story of Brown vs. Board of Education; the landmark NAACP court challenge of racial school segregation in the south. Free and open to the public.

One of the most notable African-American museums in the nation, the DuSable features permanent exhibits, including "Clothed in History," including the shoes of gospel legend Mahalia Jackson and a dress worn by Halle Berry in the movie "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge"; "Fight to Fly," highlighting the Tuskagee Airmen; and "Harold Washington in Office," showcasing the former mayor's political career. Special events focus on holidays, cinema, music and more.

Official Website: http://www.dusablemuseum.org/programs/view/book_signings_courses_films_lectures/

Added by dlake37 on November 10, 2006

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