Chance The Rapper is back at it again!
With the start of Black History Month, the rapper is creating more opportunities for our youth.
Social Works is an organization in which Chance raises money for the Chicago Public School. In the past, Chance has given away unreleased Jordans to teenagers in the city of Chicago and now, he’s making even more of an impact in his hometown.
This past Thursday, Chance announced that Social Works has organized a Black History Month Film Festival. The festival will feature classic films such as, “Black Panther,” “Malcolm X,” and “The Wiz.”
Chicago 🗣🗣 Tomorrow is the 1st day of @SocialWorks_Chi’s Black History Month Film Festival! Come watch THE WIZ tomorrow at 11am & again on Saturday at 5pm. Tickets are available online & at the door for only $7 pic.twitter.com/N8s4gUPCHl
— Chance Owbum 📅 (@chancetherapper) February 2, 2018
The festival will take place throughout the entire month, each Friday and Saturday. You can purchase your ticket online or at the door for $7!
We can’t help but hold in respect for all the ways in which Chance has given back to his community.
For more information on events held by Social Works, be sure to check out the official website TODAY!
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