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An Exclusive Showing and Directors Q&A of the Brazilian Documentary Rhythmic Uprising
This is a documentary of how Brazilians are utilizing the arts to empower youth from underprivileged areas in Bahia Brazil. This will be a discussion of The Arts, Race, Socioeconomic realities and challenges that people of ethnic heritage face from this area.
Sponsored by American University's Center for Social Media, Day Eight & Ladies DC
Mediated by 96.3 WHUR 's Radio Show Personality Nikki Strong
This is free and open to the public but RSVP because seating is limited
Please Come on time for networking, lite refreshments and to secure your seat.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1
from 7 - 9pm
School of Communication
Mary Graydon Center 3rd Floor
44000 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Metro Directions: Take the Red line to Tenleytown metro stop. AU has a Free Shuttle that runs every 15 mins to the main campus. The shuttle drops off at the Ward Circle building on Nebraska Avenue. The Mary Graydon Center is at the center of campus on the main quad. Enter the front entrance take the elevators up to the 3rd floor.
If you are driving please google directons to AU's Main Campus the address is above. When you arrive park in the It's easiest just to have them park in the Nebraska parking lot and make their way to Mary Graydon Center. Enter the front entrance take the elevators up to the 3rd floor.