Movie Screening Wednesday Morning

By on July 2, 2014

The Montclair Historical Society recently released "A Place to Become", a documentary based on the memories of the women who belonged to a YWCA for African-American women that was once based in Montclair's Crane House.

The Montclair Historical Society recently released “A Place to Become”, a documentary based on the memories of the women who belonged to a YWCA for African-American women that was once based in Montclair’s Crane House.

Apologies for the late notice: There will be a free screening of A Place To Become, a documentary that features Verona’s Dorothy Hatchett Morton, this morning at 10:30 a.m. at the Montclair Public Library.

A Place To Become was produced by the Montclair Historical Society and premiered at the Montclair Film Festival. It is based on the memories of the women who belonged to a YWCA for African-American women that once occupied the MHS’ Crane House.

The Montclair Public Library is located at 50 South Fullerton Avenue, and the screening is free.

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