Sensible Cinema: “Black Wall Street Burning”

February 19, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Online via Zoom
It’s time for our monthly film again.  This month we’re celebrating Black History Month with the film Black Wall Street Burning.  It’s a feature length (78 mins.) dramatization of the event in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921.  
We will view the film together and we’re planning to have Marcus Brown, Co-director join us for conversation afterwards. 
Here’s the Zoom link for February 19th:
Friday, February 196:00 – 9:00pm

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 827 6107 3973
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The official flier is attached and here’s an email version: 

Sensible Cinema

Unitarian Universalist Center

   Sponsored by the UUSF Social Justice Council

Commemorating Black History Month

Black Wall Street Burning
Virtual Screening, Friday, February 19, 2020, 6:30pm

Unitarian Universalist Center 1187 Franklin Street @ Geary Blvd.

 The film Black Wall Street Burning by directors Marcus Brown and  Dekoven Riggins is a retelling of the worst act of terrorism and racism in American History.

 Choosing to tell this story  in a motion picture format instead of a documentary format and told by Oklahomans with a cast from Oklahoma not Hollywood the Black Wall Street Burning also known as The Tulsa Race Massacre is brought to life.  Where for two days and nights   in 1921white mobs of Tulsa residents rampaged attacked and murdered the black citizens of Greenwood District known as Black Wall Street.

 By making and viewing this film it is hoped that what was left in the dark about this crucial episode of American History  will be brought to light.


For more information please contact:  
Melvin Starks ( or Larry Danos (415-722-6480)
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