“Return To Glory: The Powerful Stirring of the Black Man” will premiere at the Regent University Theatre in Virginia Beach, VA on Thursday, February 6th at 7PM. An open invitation has been extended to the general public, though seating is limited (see www.RTGevents.com).
“Return to Glory” is a unique film project that is based upon the 1997 book authored by Don Griffin and Joel Freeman. The Regent University School of Communication & the Arts along with the Return to Glory Foundation are presenting this 45 minute long docudrama that “takes a penetrating glimpse into ancient Africa and its relevance today.”
The concept behind this project, which also includes a massive distribution effort to every prison and schools in America, is to “highlight significant accomplishments of African descendants since the dawn of civilization, expose racist distortions and cover-ups of those achievements, analyze examples of African American success stories, and offer a process for individual healing, hoping and cross-cultural understanding.”
For more information, see returntoglory.org.