Second Screening in Cross-Cultural Film Series This Week

“Creed” will be screened on Thursday.


WHAT: Texas Tech University’s Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center presents “Creed,” the second film in its new Cross-Cultural Film Series. In a spin-off to the “Rocky” film series, “Creed” follows Adonis Johnson, Apollo Creed’s son, as he trains with former boxing champion Rocky Balboa.

A short discussion will follow the film.

The purpose of the Cross-Cultural Film Series is to exhibit contemporary award-winning films that focus on issues of diversity and themes of cultural significance.

WHEN: 6 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 23)


WHO: The screening is free and open to the public.

More in this film series


CONTACT: Ruben Lopez, unit coordinator, Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-7801 or   

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Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center


The Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center was founded in 2007. It's purpose is to provide students, faculty, staff and members with the opportunity to be involved in programs and activities which promote the discussion and awareness of diversity and inclusion excellence.