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Join Professor of History Wes Moody for a discussion of the history of silent film in Jacksonville and the important role Norman Studios played in offering African-Americans the opportunity to play something other than racial stereotypes. The presentation will be followed by a screening of The Flying Ace, the sole surviving film from Norman Studios, which features an all-black cast and the story of a WWI veteran who returns home only to be drawn into the investigation of a train robbery.

This event will is hosted by FSCJ South Campus LLC, and will take place in G306 inside the Library.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
All Day Event
South Campus
South Campus