Black History Month Movies

The Youth Development Center celebrates Black History Month with two incredible movies about true heroes in American history.

February 8th – the film SELMA (PG-13) at 5:00pm featuring a talk back will be led by Judy Humbert after the movie.

February 15th – the film HARRIET (PG-13) at 5:00pm featuring a Q&A led by LaTasha Do’zia

Tickets are FREE. Concessions are available.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Week

Following the path of least resistance is often an easier, simpler choice. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. showed us what it means to choose the more difficult path and to stand up for justice – even when it seems impossible. Dr. King’s example of activism through the civil rights movement is one of the most well-known in history. His resilience has inspired generations of activists to keep pushing for change and rely on their own ability to overcome obstacles.

How has Dr. King’s work inspired you?

Join Shenandoah University as we explore examples of resistance and activism throughout history and how resilience has made change possible.

Campus and community members are invited to participate in a week of free lectures, conversations, and interactive events that will allow us to discover our own inner activists through learning together and serving others.

More information and Schedule of Events

Honoring the Legacies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King

Robin Packard, Minister Barbara Davis, Gwen Walker and Vice Mayor John Hill honor the two drum majors of the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, by looking at these lives that helped to shape and change the lives of so many people, not only in the United States, but around the world.

Refreshments will be served after the program.