RSVP: A.D.O.R.E.’s Movie Night & Dinner March 26th @ 5pm - Archived

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A.D.O.R.E.’s Movie Night & Dinner

Tuesday, March 26th
First Unitarian Church of Honolulu
Baked Potato Bar Opens @ 5pm
The Movie, RUSTIN, Starts @ 5:45pm

RSVP to Carla Allison by Sunday, March 24th


Baked Potato Bar includes both white & sweet potatoes with assorted toppings. Beverages provided include lemonade & water.

There will be popcorn and discussion!

You are welcome to bring your preferred beverage and movie snacks.

Rustin is the powerful true story of Bayard Rustin, the openly gay Black Civil Rights leader who dedicated his life to a quest for racial equality. Colman Domingo, as Rustin, plays the driving force behind the 1963 March on Washington.

From the back rooms of power to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, the film tells the story of the Civil Rights Movement from a never-before-seen perspective.

For director George C. Wolfe, the project was an opportunity to spotlight Rustin as an example to aspire to. “He is a role model for what it means to be an American, what it means to daily, moment-to-moment, commit to democracy, commit to freedom, commit to possibility, commit to discovery, commit to passing on that which you know to other people.”

“Democracy is a muscle, and if you don’t exercise it regularly, it ceases to function.”

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