On November 6, 2014, the Black Heirlooms Short Film Screening tour will stop in Atlanta, GA at the ALOFT Lounge for a showing followed by a panel discussion, Q/A with the film’s Director, R. Amanda Brown and will be hosted by blogger Dawnavette.com.
About Black Heirlooms:
When 86 year old matriarch, Edna ‘Mee Mah’ Royal was hospitalized after a stroke, her 8 children became irreconcilably divided over her care and estate. Through the stories of her children, grandchildren, and supporting interviews with prominent researchers, lawyers, and financial planners– Black Heirlooms examines the need for communities of color to create and transfer intergenerational wealth, traditions, and values.
During the event, guests will be encouraged to explore: Can we ever close the growing wealth gap in this country? How does intergenerational wealth play a role? How are we defining legacy in our communities? Are the values of our family legacies and wealth less important than before?
Admission is free and seating is first come first serve. Complimentary beverages will be available while supplies last from 6PM-7PM.
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