Be among the first in the Capital Region to view Paramount Picture’s SELMA – Selma chronicles the Nobel Prize winning civil rights leader during three intense months in 1965, from the “Bloody Sunday” assault on protesters to the historic march through Alabama that led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
We are grateful to Paramount Pictures for their generous donation of the tickets for the Advance Screening of SELMA. All fees for this event are being expressly utilized to support the mission and goals of Underground Railroad History Project. A portion of the fee will cover the costs of the pre- and post- receptions associated with the Advance Screening of SELMA. Underground Railroad History Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving the Capital Region of New York State. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
Honorary Committee – $200 per person, $300 per couple – receive complimentary tickets to the Cocktails and Conversations pre-screening party, to the film screening, and to the post-screening reception
General admission – $75 – includes movie and reception ticket
Seniors, students, active military – $70 – includes movie and reception ticket
URHPCR Members – $65 – includes movie and reception ticket
Sponsorship opportunities and benefits are available
Tickets are limited – reserve yours today!
Join with URHPCR and other Capital Region residents to affirm the dream and to advance the paradigm-changing work of Underground Railroad History Project.