Win admission for two to the screening of “Hole In The Head: A Life Revealed”.
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We’ll have a drawing and giveaway a pair of tickets each day, Saturday through Wednesday.
Winners will be announced daily up until the show!
– The Urban League of Greater Richmond this year has joined with VCU Department of African American Studies, to engage, inform and serve as a community service and outreach resources. Hole In The Head: A Life Revealed tells the extraordinary life story of Vertus Hardi
man. It is a highly moving and vivid film about the triumph of the human spirit.
The screening of the film will be on Friday, October 19, 2012 at the VCU, Singleton Center, 922 Park Avenue, Richmond, Virginia.
Hole In the Head: A Life Revealed
Vertus Hardiman hid a shocking secret under a wig & beanie for over 80 years. He was experimented on at age of 5 by a county hospital in Indiana during 1927. Vertus was one of ten children, all experimented on with radiation that day. These experiments took off Hardiman’s scalp… literally.
“…and she told the other nurse, “Oh my God, I’ve given him too much!” —from “Hole in the Head: A Life Revealed”
October, 19th • 7:00pm, W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, VCU, 922 Park Avenue, Richmond, VA 23284-9084 – $20 admission, $10 w/student ID, tickets available online @ FreedomMarketingEvents.com or pick up @ ULGR • 1420 Hull Street Richmond, VA • Call 804 321 1010 for more info.