They will screen "Live, Young, Blood" on Sunday afternoon at 4:00 at the Creative Alliance in East Baltimore. After the screening, there will be a panel discussion with Munir Bahar, organizer of the 300 Man March, Phil Leaf from the Hopkins School of Public Health Violence Prevention Center, Kimberly Armstrong, whose son was murdered, and Imhotep Simba, who appears in the film. More information here.
"Live, Young, Blood" Screens at Creative Alliance
By Tom Hall & Matt Purdy • Mar 24, 2014