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The Sons and Daughters of Thunder

March 23, 2019 @ 4:00 pm

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One event on March 23, 2019 at 7:00 pm

The Garfield Theatre

$7 – $15
The Sons and Daughters of Thunder Cincinnati
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Photo credit: The Garfield Theatre website

The Sons and Daughters of Thunder Cincinnati performance talks anti-slavery in a way you haven’t heard.


The Harriet Beecher Stowe House in collaboration with Cincinnati World Cinema presents the true story of the 1834 anti-slavery debates in Cincinnati The Sons and Daughters of Thunder.


General admission tickets are $12 and student tickets are $7. Both can be purchased online. Students must show school ID when they arrive to the venue. Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $10 – $15. 
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Showtimes are 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

About The Cincinnati World Cinema
The mission of the Cincinnati World Cinema (CWC)is educational and cultural: to provide the community with outstanding motion pictures that explore the human condition and celebrate cultural diversity.


Cincinnati World Cinema is an AVO (All Volunteer Organization) presenting films that otherwise might not be seen on a big screen in this market, including international, documentary, American independent, live-action and animated shorts and locally-produced works.


They are committed to the importance of films that inform and educate, as well as entertain. They believe in cinema as a collective experience on a large screen with a film community sharing a common bond extending from the onscreen experience to the discussions which flow afterward. To enhance the educational experience, their post-film discussions are led by local authorities and/or filmmakers.


Cincinnati World Cinema collaborates with arts, cultural and educational organizations to curate and co-present individual films or thematic collections consistent with the CWC mission. When appropriate, they offer multi-disciplinary events, combining film with live music, theatre segments, readings, etc.


In the process of exploring the human condition, our films touch on a broad spectrum of cultural and societal issues. Films presented by CWC are offered in the public interest and do not signify organizational endorsement of any issue, cause or group.


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The Garfield Theatre
719 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
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