Norwich NAACP Introduces “Movies & Membership”

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Join us on April 15, 2018 


“Movies & Membership”

Celebrating the
African-American Experience
with the
Norwich Arts Center
Norwich Community Cinema


Documentaries and films designed to educate, empower and entertain the Southeastern Connecticut community.


Our next film & discussion is


A biographical legal drama focusing on one of the first cases of Thurgood Marshall’s legal career, including his work with the NAACP. Thurgood Marshall went on to become the first African-American Supreme Court Justice.















Join us immediately after the film for a talkback and discussion
with our experts

Assistant State’s Attorney
Mr. Lonnie Braxton

Superior Court Judge
John M. Newson

The recommended audience for this documentary is 16 years of age (with parental supervision) or older.

Our series will be shown at the Norwich Arts Center’s Donald L. Oat Theatre, 60 Broadway, Norwich, Connecticut.

Admission is by Donation, and please note the recommended audience for each film.

Entry is available from the first floor on Broadway, with parking available on Broadway and across the street from Norwich City Hall.