4 Little Girls: We Reflect. We Respond. will be a citywide simultaneous screening and discussion of Spike Lee’s critically-acclaimed documentary film, 4 Little Girls. The Sidewalk Film Festival, in conjunction with the City of Birmingham’s 50 Years Forward campaign, is coordinating this unique and meaningful event.
The screenings followed by roundtable discussions are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, August 21 at 7:00 pm. Birmingham area places of worship of all religions and denominations will serve as host venues.
Admission to this event will be FREE. Donations will be collected to benefit the nonprofit Four Spirits Inc., which plans to erect a monument in memory of the four girls who were killed in the church bombing.
4 Little Girls will be screened tonight at 7:00 PM.
- 45th Street Baptist Church
- Baptist Church of the Covenant
- Beloved Community
- Bryant Chapel AME Church
- Church Without Walls
- Community Church
- Discovery United Methodist Church
- East Lake United Methodist Church
- Edgewood Presbyterian Church
- First Church Birmingham
- First Missionary Baptist Church of East Thomas
- First Presbyterian Church
- Highlands United Methodist Church
- Huffman United Methodist Church
- Independent Presbyterian Church
- In Spirit and In Truth Ministries
- Inverness Vineyard Church-Start 6:30pm
- Living Faith Community
- Mountain Brook Presbyterian Church
- St. Francis of Assisi Church – Indian Springs
- St. Francis Xavier Church
- Saint Junia United Methodist Church
- Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church
- St Mark United Methodist Church
- St. Paul A.M.E. Church
- Tabernacle Baptist Church and Baptist Church of the Covenant
- Temple Beth-El, Birmingham
- The Tower of Prayer Church
- True Worshipers Christian Church, International
- Unitarian Universalist Church of Birmingham
- Westminster Presbyterian Church
- Woodlawn United Methodist Church
Click HERE for addresses and phone numbers.
This event is a part of the City of Birmingham’s 50 Years Forward campaign and is sponsored by Baker Donelson, al.com/The Birmingham News and the Support the Arts License Fund of the State of Alabama. Our special event partner is Urban Impact.