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Hosting Your Own Showing

In order to end this genocide, it takes someone like you to spread the message about Maafa 21! We have shareable banners and posters here on this website, but hosting your own screening in your community is a great way to get the message out- and we are here to help.

Read the screening guide below to get started, and if you have any questions, give us a call at (940)380-8800. Also, once you get your event date and location set up, let us know and we can help get the word out.

“But I don’t have the resources or connections to host a big showing.”

This is something we hear quite frequently! But a showing doesn’t have to be a large gathering in a public space. We encourage everyone to take the 10×10 Challenge – it’s easy, achievable, and low-key.

The 10×10 Challenge

It’s not a marketing scheme… In fact, this is something we didn’t even come up with ourselves, (though we wish we did) but was the idea of advocates just like you. The 10×10 challenge is simple. Invite 10 friends and/or family over to your house and have a movie night with Maafa 21 being the film of choice. When it’s over, ask everyone there to have their own Maafa 21 movie night- where they invite 10 of their own friends/family. If each one of your “attendees” has their own showing with 10 others, then already 1,000 people will have seen the documentary and be exposed to the truth!

In order to make this low-key screening even more of a success, we recommend having 10 copies of the DVD on hand, so that after the film, each person can go home with their own copy. If you are interested in doing this, give us a call at: (940)380-8800 and mention the “10×10 challenge” for a discount on an order of 10 copies on DVD.

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Blind No More

I\'m going to tell everyone I know about this film. So many of my liberal friends think they\'re friends of the blacks, they think they know all about the \"good things\" PP is doing for the poor black communities. I often find it hard to convince them to read a short post on FB so I\'m not sure they\'ll be willing to take the time to watch this but I\'ll keep on telling them. Thank you for all of the work you\'ve done to bring the truth to the forefront. We are all God\'s children worthy of life.

Amy Robinson of Indiana