Black Film Showcase

Join us for an evening of reflection, empowerment, and action as we shine a light on an urgent issue within our community: Black maternal mortality. In collaboration with CinnaMoms Crenshaw, we present a curated selection of Black short films that delve into the complexities of Black maternal health and the alarming disparities that persist. 

Through powerful narratives and compelling storytelling, these films amplify the voices of Black mothers and highlight the systemic challenges they face before, during, and after childbirth. From navigating biased healthcare systems to confronting societal stigma, these stories illuminate the harsh realities while also celebrating resilience and strength.

In addition to the film screening, immerse yourself in a live art installation that captures the essence of the Black maternal experience. Witness artists bring forth emotions and truths through their creative expressions, offering a visceral interpretation of the issues at hand.

But the evening doesn't end there. Engage with community resources, connect with local organizations, and explore a curated selection of vendors offering goods and services that support maternal health and wellness within the Black community.

This event is not just about raising awareness; it's about fostering dialogue, building solidarity, and mobilizing for change. Together, let's confront the silence surrounding Black maternal mortality and work towards a future where every mother receives the care and support she deserves.

Join us for an evening of education, inspiration, and activism. Together, we can break the silence and empower change.

Admission is free, but donations to support maternal health initiatives are welcome. RSVP now to secure your spot and participate in this important conversation.



April 13, 2024 at 1:30pm - 4:30pm
USC Fisher Museum of Art
823 W Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles,, CA 90089
United States
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