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Celebrate African American History Month With Movies on Kanopy and Hoopla

Date
February 1, 2023
Cost
Free with your library card.
Organizer’s Site
kanopy.com/en/category/40898 OR hoopladigital.com/collection/12095
Event Series Dates
Ongoing
Stream films on Kanopy or Hoopla, both on-demand streaming film services. They both have an extensive library of African American Cinema and  Documentaries that are free with your library card.

Location

Los Angeles Library – Online
Los Angeles, CA United States + Google Map

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