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SAT, JUL 8TH 2017

African American Museum of Dallas
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Red Carpet Movie Premiere: 'The Master's Plan: Counter-Oppressive Measures'

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Red Carpet Movie Premiere: The Master's Plan: Counter-Oppressive Measures

African American Museum of Dallas
3536 Grand Avenue
Dallas, TX 75210

Date: July 8th, 2017
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

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25-year-old Angela Shaw (Tamisha McAllister) is a young, naïve, hot-head who is lacking evidence of her Christian faith because she attends church simply out of “worldly” tradition instead of a true, personal desire to know God. This spiritual deficiency results in strong insecurities and continual frustrations about her life’s events. Inversely, 30-year-old Monica Benson (Patience Ekpo) is a very educated, successful, self-confident, conscious, and spiritually mature young woman. However, although she has developed these strong qualities herself, she faces racial adversity often at her place of work. This leads to a regular, self-consuming conflict between following God’s word or reacting with her own personal feelings of anger in order to combat the consistent racial battles she often faces. When these two young women come together as friends and roommates in, Arquila Todd’s unique series, “The Master’s Plan”, you witness personal experiences of trials, tribulations, inspiration, and triumph.
In the first installment of the web series, The Master’s Plan: Counter-Oppressive Measures, Arquila Todd takes you on a journey to her past as character Monica Benson, in which she is bombarded with hatred and racial conflicts in all walks of her personal life, starting as an impressionable child. These childhood impressions stay with her into adulthood and affect how she not only sees herself but views the world, until God’s presence manifests himself in her life and not only provides her with peace but teaches her how to “counter oppressive measures.”

[WATCH] Trailer: http://bit.ly/2rMCmJ8
Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/2sK04uN



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