SPC to show film ‘Mississippi Burning’ on March 24
LEVELLAND – South Plains College’s Office of Student Life will show the film, “Mississippi Burning” at 7 p.m. in the Sundown Room.
There is no admission charge, and the public, as well as the South Plains College faculty, students and staff, are encouraged to attend.
The film coincides with a guest appearance of speaker and author Barry Bradford who helped lead a team to reopen Civil Rights Era cold cases.
Bradford will speak at 6:30 p.m. on April 2 in the Helen DeWitt Jones Theater for the Performing Arts. A classroom next door to the theater will be used for overflow guests. The presentation will be streamed live in the classroom.
For more information, contact Miranda English, director of Student Life, at (806) 716-2377 or Dr. Corye Beene, professor of History, at (806) 716-2958.