AUSTIN, Texas — The George Washington Carver Museum is offering two free screenings of Marvel’s "Black Panther."
Both showings are July 7, the first at 1:30 p.m. and the second for adults at 4:30 p.m.
A children’s talk back session—including prizes—will follow the first screening. After the second screening, the site manager of the Carver Museum will moderate a panel discussion.
Community educators and leaders will examine "Black Panther" in relation to such topics as gender politics, governance, conflict resolution, STEM and other topics in traditional African societies. Participants who view the film will also offer their perspectives regarding what they would like to see in a sequel to the blockbuster.
Both screenings are free and open to the public. Concessions will be sold. There will be an area to eat or drink outside of the theater.
To reserve a spot, click here.