Black History Month Film Presentation: "The Ball Method" - Event Details

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Black History Month Film Presentation: "The Ball Method"

Location: UCB 100

UH Hilo Black History Month Committee presents "The Ball Method" by Director Dagmawi Abebe. This film showcases Alice Ball, a 23-year-old African American chemist living in 1915 Hawaii, who fights against racial and gender barriers to find an effective treatment for leprosy.

A discussion will follow the film presentation.

Special Restrictions: Lumisight clearance needed for entry.

For more information, contact: hduley@hawaii.edu (808) 315-6613

Tags: Educational Film Film BHM Black History American History

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