Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters
Date: February 12, 2020
Film Screening, A Collection of Stories Celebrating the Growth of Basketball on the African Continent
The University Union Redwood Room
UNIQUE Programs at Sacramento State is pleased to announce a special movie screening of Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters, directed by Taylor Sharp at the Sac State University Union Redwood Room on Wednesday, February 12th. This FREE event Is open to the general public.
Hoops Africa is a 2018 documentary that aims to uncover, and celebrate the many stories that generate the past, present, and future of basketball within Africa. This film also distinguishes how basketball has made a significant impact on the society as well as the development of the entire continent of Africa. Immediately following the screening will be a Q&A with the director, Taylor Sharp.
This film screening is in support of Black History Month and co-sponsored with ASI.
The University Union
Associated Students, Inc.
in support of Black History Month
A Sac State parking permit is required to be displayed while parked on campus. You may only parking student parking spaces. To purchase a $7 daily (or $4 two-hour) parking permit:
• Sign up for a PayByPhone account and download the app. When you arrive on campus, enter location number "5115" into the app to pay your parking fee.
• When you arrive on campus, pay with cash or credit at any permit machine located in all student parking lots/structures. View the campus map for permit machine locations.
Your parking permit is only valid in student parking spaces. The closest parking to the University Union is Parking Structure II. Please view driving to campus and campus map for directions. A printable campus map is also available.
Individuals needing reasonable accommodations must contact us within 5 business days of the event at UNIQUEPrograms@SacStateUNIQUE.com or (916) 278-3928.