WHO: To kick off the celebration of Black History Month in Southern California, a Free Film Screening and Question and Answer Session with Stuart A. Goldman, Executive Producer of "Becoming Barack: Evolution of a Leader," a new documentary film about the formative years of President Barack H. Obama, will be presented by the Compton High School Alumni Association in conjunction with Compton High School and Corky Hale Productions. Jesse Jones, Principal of Compton High School will make Introductory Comments. Deborah Spottsville, President of the Compton High School Alumni Association, will moderate the Question and Answer Session following the film screening.
WHAT: FREE Movie Screening of "Becoming Barack: Evolution of a Leader," followed by a Question and Answer Session with the film's Executive Producer, Stuart A. Goldman.
WHERE: Compton High School Auditorium; 601 South Acacia Avenue (between Compton Boulevard and Alondra Boulevard); Compton, CA 90220 near the courthouse.
WHEN: Thursday, February 3, 2011 from 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
HOW: Admission is FREE of charge and open to the general public. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Event attendees are encouraged to arrive at least 15 – 30 minutes in advance of the program start time. FREE Parking will be available on campus and on nearby streets. Copies of the DVD of the documentary film will also be available for sale at the event. For further information, please visit the website, www.comptonhighalumni.org, or call Compton High School at 310-635-3881.
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