In the Atrium located in Stamp at the University of Maryland on March 2, 2016 Jonquille Rice, singer/host and Jade Foster, founder/poet of the screening "The Revival Movie" sit and watch the film Foster produced sharing fond memories of going on tour around the country.
The attendees for the screening of the film sat together in a large circle, beginning the Q&A session located in the Atrium in Stamp at the University of Maryland.
The ninety minute film starring seven queer African American women including; poets, singers, and musicians documenting their time touring the country visiting many different spoken word lesbian establishments.
After viewing it plenty of times, Jonquille Rice and Jade Foster watch the film that was created to build the community of African American queer women, and occupy living rooms all across the country.
(From left to right) Tia Dolet, graduate Coordinator for Black Student Involvement and Community Advocacy, Natasha Chapman, Coordinator for the Leadership Studies program, and Naliyah Kaya, Coordinator for Multicultural Student Involvement and Advocacy sit down to enjoy their pizza and water while watching the film.