Join us on November 5th for night of empowerment and a private movie screening of the highly anticipated Tyler Perry's movie For Colored Girls. This will also be fundraising event for the Atlanta foundation, Broken But Not Bound. This domestic violence organization was founded by Pastor April Mason.
There will be a free after party after movie!
Limited seating for this event - Please purchase your tickets
asap - first come - first served!!
We will validate your parking ticket at the movie theater
THE MOVIE : For Colored Girls
For Colored Girls is an upcoming 2010 American film adaptation of Ntozake Shange's 1975 stage play For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf. The film will be directed, produced, and written by Tyler Perry.
Retaining the play's poetic style, the film's lead cast consists of eight African-American women, seven of whom are based on the play's seven characters only known only by color ("Lady in Red", "Lady in Blue", "Lady in Yellow" etc). Each character deals with a different personal conflict, such as love, rape and abuse.
The Charity: Broken But Not Bound Movement
Broken But Not Bound Movement is designed to break the cycle of molestation and abuse. BBNB Movement is here to Empower, Encourage and Equip those that have endured molestation, rape, physical abuse and mental abuse. With the understanding of Gods love, self love, self worth, self respect, confidence, boldness, forgiveness, strength, perseverance to become the person God has designed you to be. We are here to proclaim from state to state, city to city and country to country that that though Jesus Christ there is restoration! You may be broken but NEVER bound!
Special Guest Speaker
Hear the emotional testimony from author
Genna Sapia -Ruffin as she tells her story about living with David Ruffin of the legendary Temptations, and her subsequent salvation.
Join us down the street for the after party, your colored wrist band will be your entry ticket.
261 19th Street Atlanta, GA 30363