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Win access to a screening of ‘Boogie’!

Enter for an online screening of film that follows a young Chinese American basketball phenom.

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Online screening is Thursday, March 25 at 7pm. TO ENTER: Send an email with the subject “Boogie” to marke@48hills.org by midnight on Monday, March 22 for a random drawing. Winners will be informed by end of the day Tuesday.

Boogie follows a young Chinese-American basketball phenom who struggles to balance the expectations of his immigrant family with his own dreams of becoming a player for the NBA.

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