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Film Screening: Lom Nava Love 

When: Sat., May 6, 1:30-4:30 p.m. 2017
Price: free
The National Rites of Passage Institute (NROPI), Youth Resiliency Institute (YRI) and Case Western Reserve University’s Schubert Center for Child Studies present a community screening of Lom Nava Love, a documentary centered on the work of Baltimore public housing community organizer Shirley Foulks and the residents of Baltimore, Maryland and East Cleveland, Ohio. Directed by East Cleveland native/YRI co-founder Fanon Hill, the film includes original music by internationally renowned singer-songwriter/YRI co-founder/East Cleveland native Navasha Daya. Following the screening, W. Paul Coates (Black Classic Press founder & former Black Panther) will lead a conversation with director, Hill, Foulks, and artists.

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