“The Unity Ride,” a documentary by BK Fulton, directed by Monty Ross, will be shown free of charge at 6 o’clock tonight at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, 428 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard, Richmond.
Sponsored by Virginians for Reconciliation, Soulidifly
Productions, the Virginia Film Office, and Ginger Juice, the film tells the
story of two men, one black and one white, one Republican and one Democrat, who
take a bike ride together following the path of the underground railroad, the
route of escape for slaves prior to the Civil War.
Along the way, the two become friends as they explore the
truths of American history and the common experiences of life.
After the film, Fulton, Ross, and the two unity riders will
join a panel moderated by Christy Coleman, President and CEO of the Civil War
To ensure a seat, register at www.eventbrite.com/e/world-premiere-the-unity-ride-tickets-81846564277.
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