You Got to Move, a 1985 documentary by Lucie Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver, will have numerous screenings around Charleston this week. The film, which looks at Southern community leaders who’ve worked toward social change, features Charleston resident Bill Saunders, the leader of a 1969 strike at Medical College Hospital.

The College of Charleston will screen the film at the School of Education’s Alumni Center with a reception on Feb. 2 at 5:30 p.m., where Saunders will be on hand to provide remarks. Saunders will lead a sold-out Living Human Rights History bus tour on Feb. 5 as well.

Call (843) 327-0516 for more info.

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