The Rhode Island Black Film Festival welcomes the White House and filmmaker, Fabia Mendoza to the Rhode Island Black Film Festival for a screening of the controversial story behind the Rosa Parks’ Detroit home the civil rights icon lived. Following the threats on her life after the Montgomery Bus Boycott and before working for the legendary Congressman John Conyers, Rosa Parks lived in the Motor City with her her family Brother and his family.
Filmmaker Fabia Mendoza will screen her film at the Rhode Island Black Film Festival on
Sunday, April 16, 2;30 p.m. at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum Metcalf Auditorium.
Come and here the story about Rosa Park’s House that now sits idle in the Waterplace Arts
Center. Go to wwwRIBff.org for more information on screening the film and the Film Festival Schedule.