BLACK WOMEN: Free screening of “Drylongso” and photo exhibit

Growing up in a dysfunctional household in Oakland, Art student Pica starts photographing Black boys believing they are an "endangered species” soon to be extinct. At the same time, a serial killer is claiming victims in the neighborhood with some of them being the same young men she has photographed.

Film by Cauleen Smith, 1998

Photo exhibit and discussion with two photographers after the screening:

Shantré Pinkney

April Martin

Doors open at 4:30 with free dinner

Film starts at 5pm