US Embassy, UB commemorate Black History Month

The United States Embassy is proud to join the University of Botswana (UB) in hosting a film festival to commemorate Black History Month beginning yesterday to February 27, a press release from the embassy has announced.

The university will also conduct a debate event on February 28 as part of the commemoration. The film screenings and the debate event will begin at 5:00pm in the University of Botswana Library auditorium. After each film, UB English Lecturer, Dr Maude Dikobe, will lead a panel discussion.

US Charg d'Affaires, Michael Murphy, joined officials from UB yesterday to launch the film festival prior to the evening's film screening in the library auditorium where members of the press and public have been invited to attend. Films to be screened include:

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