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Exclusive Screenings for Black History Month & Women’s History Month

Looking for impactful programming for Black History Month and Women’s History Month? Tanenbaum can help. We are pleased to announce our partnership with Odyssey Impact to connect you to exclusive, custom screenings of their documentaries, Descended from The Promised Land: The Legacy of Black Wall Street and  Stranger/Sister. Using a mix of film, deep-dive discussion, and immersive events, Odyssey Impact will help advance your organization’s unique DEI goals across a range of stakeholders – from employees to clients, customers, and community members.

Hosting a screening and discussion of Descended from The Promised Land is a powerful way to connect Black history to pertinent issues of the day. The film draws on a century-long thread from the Tulsa Race Massacre to the present, exploring the lingering economic, psychological, and emotional impacts that have undermined the rebuilding of the once thriving community.

Stranger/Sister is the story of two ordinary women, one Muslim and one Jewish, who dare to believe they can join hands to stop the wave of hate. Overcoming a long history of distrust between their two religions, they build a movement that turns strangers into sisters, challenging our assumptions about how to fight hate in America. Use Women’s History Month as an opportunity to explore how people can connect across differences and build bridges together.

Whether for Black History Month, Women’s History Month or anytime during the year, Odyssey Impact programming educates, builds awareness, and prompts action within your organization, furthering your DEI goals.

Click here for more information about the partnership and here for more information about Odyssey Impact. Please contact Odyssey Impact directly to bring a screening to your organization.


Rev. Mark Fowler
CEO, Tanenbaum