Special Film Screening Tonight

Revolution '67
Made Possible by the NJ Council for the Humanities
Using chilling archival footage and interviews with participants and historians, Revolution '67 reconstructs the event that led to six days in July, 1967, when Newark, NJ experienced one of the deadliest racial disturbances in U.S. history. Filmmakers Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno and Dr. Thomas McCabe of Rutgers University will lead a discussion immediately following the screening.
Wednesday 4/28, 7:00 pm, Main Library


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