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  1. THE BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Free and Open to the Public All Ages Welcome TOMORROW Saturday, January 12 10AM ● 4PM THE BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL FULL DAY SCHEDULE Pop-Up Exhibition | Main Lobby Black Kirby by John Jennings, SUNY Buffalo and Stacey Robinson All Day Black Comic Book Exhibitors | Main Lobby & Mezzanine 10AM Film Screening and Q&A | Langston Hughes Auditorium White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books Dr. Jonathan Gayles, Georgia State University 10:30AM Workshop | American Negro Theater The Art of Making Comics <B Comic Book Writer and Founder of KidsComicCon 12PM Film Screening and Q&A | Langston Hughes Auditorium White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books Dr. Jonathan Gayles, Georgia State University 12:30PM Workshop | American Negro Theater Family Cartooning Workshop Jerry Craft, Syndicated Cartoonist of Mama’s Boyz 2PM Panel Discussion | Langston Hughes Auditorium Moderator: Dr. Jonathan Gayles, Georgia State University Panelists: Comics Come to Harlem: Race and the Lafargue Clinics Case Against Comics Qiana Joelle Whitted, University of South Carolina Secret Identities and Mutant Minorities Marcus W. Singer, Howard University Representing Black Citizenship, or Why Understanding the History of Black Comics Helps Us Understand “Django Unchained” Rebecca Ann Wanzo, Washington University St. Louis Pride, Power, and Protest? Marvel Comic and the Black Superhero after 1970 Julian C. Chambliss, Rollins College 2PM Youth Film Screening | American Negro Theater Our Friend Martin: An Adventure Inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr. ___________________________________________________________ Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture The New York Public Library 515 Malcolm X Blvd at 135th Street New York, NY 10037 Directions: Train: or Train to 135th Street Bus: M7 Bus to 135th Street WALK-IN REGISTRATION Follow Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on: www.schomburgcenter.org
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