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WHAT: FreedomWorks Foundation is pleased to announce that Reverend CL Bryant’s brave new documentary, “Runaway Slave” will premiere in Dallas this week. The Dallas premiere follows a series of “sneak-peak” screenings in Washington DC and Los Angeles earlier in the year, and marks the beginning of a national theatre tour that will last throughout the summer.
The documentary features interviews with a number of prominent conservatives in the movement, including Glenn Beck, Deneen Borelli, Andrew Breitbart, Stephen Broden, Herman Cain, Kevin Daniels, Tony Katz, Alveda King, Star Parker, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, AlfonZo Rachel, Marvin Rogers, Erik Rush, Sonja Schmidt, K. Carl Smith, Thomas Sowell, Mason Weaver, David Webb, Congressman Allen West and Bill Whittle.
WHEN: The screening will take place on June 28, 2012, beginning at 7:30pm CT. Red carpet guests will arrive beginning at 7pm CT.
WHERE: The Angelika Film Center, Mockingbird Station, 5321 East Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75206.
WHY: A one-time NAACP local chapter president, Reverend Bryant became a conservative activist after his realization that the entitlement mindset of the “progressive” black community is the equivalent of trading one form of tyranny for another. In the documentary, Reverend Bryant makes the argument that it’s time for a new “Underground Railroad” movement to help liberate all Americans from the contemporary form of a government-run plantation: entitlements.
For more information on the Runaway Slave documentary, please visit www.runawayslavemovie.com.