Event Details

Frontline Solutions, Ghost Note Agency, PushBlack and Communities for Just Schools Fund invite you to The Future Looks Black - an exclusive Black Panther Movie viewing event.

In celebration of Black History Month and Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther, we've bought out three theaters for private screenings on Friday, February 16 - opening night! Come enjoy this groundbreaking film surrounded by dope people celebrating blackness.

Those with a promo code for the Georgetown screening with panel will participate in an invitation-only discussion Justice & Afrofuturism that will showcase the work of education and racial justice organizers & leaders working on the frontlines to realize a vision of liberatory education in our schools and an end to the criminalization of Black youth. This discussion will spotlight themes amplified in Black Panther - Afrofuturism, Justice, and Black Innovation. Featured panelists are: Phillip Agnew of Dream Defenders, Koby Murphy of the Philadelphia Student Union, Amber J. Phillips of the Black Joy Mixtape, and Darren Wallace of Kinfolk Collective. Moderated by Thena Robinson Mock of Communities for Just Schools Fund and Julian Walker of PushBlack.

Evening Events

  • 5:30pm - Check-in time for Pre-movie Panel: Justice & Afrofuturism (Georgetown AMC Theater - invite with promo code only)
  • 6:30pm - Check-in time for the movie. You will not be able to redeem your ticket after 7 pm! AMC Loews Georgetown 14 & Regal Cinema Gallery Place 14




Black Panther is incredible, kinetic, purposeful. A superhero movie about why representation and identity matters. Jen Yamato, Los Angeles Times

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  • When: Fri Feb. 16
    6:45 pm - 9:30 pm

  • Address: AMC Lowes Georgetown and Regal Gallery Place Stadium 14

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