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Reginald F. Lewis Museum

830 East Pratt Street

Baltimore, MD 21202

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(83 mins) Street-smart Ivy League students who are outcasts at their elite universities band together and adventure to Cuba to see if revolution is truly possible. Intent on sharing their experiences, the students film their journey in the streets of Havana and Santiago. While documenting their poignant encounters with Afro-Cuban youth and neighborhood block parties, the travelers confront realities behind myths of color-blindness and social mobility. This edgy and artful diary of their travels uncovers renewed hope for equality and human rights. Featuring Fidel Castro, Fred Hampton, Che Guevara, Malcolm X, and Assata Shakur in rarely-seen footage. In observance of Caribbean Heritage Month.

This program is free with the purchase of museum admission or museum membership. You may purchase tickets at the door.

$8 - General Public
$6 - Children 7-17, Students with ID, Seniors
Free - Museum Members, Children 6 and Under, Maryland Public School Teacher.

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$7.00 validated parking is available across the street at the Old Bay PMI Garage at 815 E. Pratt Street (on the corner of Pratt and President Streets). Bring your ticket to the museum’s front information desk to have it validated. Free on-street parking and metered parking is also available throughout the Harbor East and Little Italy neighborhoods.

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