Tacoma’s Black Collective and the Tacoma Chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace are sponsoring free screening of the Academy-Award-nominated film, “Selma” at The Grand Cinema in Tacoma.
At the groups’ request, the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation is paying for tickets for middle and high school students during the movie’s run through Feb. 5 at the Grand, 606 S. Fawcett Ave.
Free admission requires a student identification card. Parents or guardians accompanying students must to pay for their own tickets.
A screening set for 2:35 p.m. Saturday is reserved for middle and high school students, who must show a student ID for free admission. Seats are limited, and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
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One parent or guardian will be admitted without charge.
An audience discussion will follow the film.
Information about show times is available at grandcinema.com, or by calling 253-593-4474.
Sponsors of the free screening are seeking additional donations.
For additional information, visit www.JewishVoiceForPeace.org/Tacoma or send checks payable to Jewish Voice for Peace, Tacoma Chapter to Nebels, Selma Tickets, P.O.Box 5764, Tacoma WA 98415.