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In honor of Black History Month, we will be screening films by Black writers, producers, directors, and actors from USC. This annual festival provides a platform to tell and celebrate Black stories. This year’s theme is "Black Joy."

This amazing event is brought to you by the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA), USC Fisher Museum of Art, The School of Cinematic Arts, and African American Cinema Society.

Enjoy an evening of music, food, and short films.

For special accommodations please contact us at galiciam@usc.edu or cbcsa@usc.edu. 48hrs in advance.

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Status of vaccination or negative test results must be verified for all attendees over the age of 12 along with Trojan Check symptom verification is required for all guests entering campus.

On the day of your visit, go to trojancheck.usc.edu to complete your symptom check.

This event will require masks indoors and outdoors for all attendees, vaccinated or unvaccinated. Masks should be worn at all times when individuals are not actively consuming food or beverages.

Unvaccinated individuals must maintain a 6’ physical distance from those outside of their household while consuming food or beverage.

Anyone refusing to comply with mask requirements is subject to removal from the event. Please note that protocols are subject to change.

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