The Promise Land Community Club and Clement Railroad Hotel Museum will present the Created Equal documentary film series for lunchtime viewing and host a series of community discussions on the Civil Rights movement in observance of Black History Month. Funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Created Equal documentary series features four films that will be presented in one-hour segments at noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays over the next six weeks. A bag lunch is available at each showing for $5. “The Abolitionists” will be presented Feb. 4, 6, 11 and 13. “Slavery by Another Name” will be shown Feb. 18 and 20. “Freedom Riders” is scheduled for Feb. 25 and 27 and March 4. The series concludes with “The Loving Story” on March 6 and 11. Each film segment will be limited to one hour in length and a lug available to allow viewers to fit the experience in their lunch hours. In addition to showing the films, there will be a series of public discussions of their themes and the Civil Rights movement starting tomorrow featuring regional humanities scholars. The discussion sessions are at 2 pm Saturdays at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum and are free to the public. The series starts tomorrow with Dr. Learotha Williams Jr., a history professor at Tennessee State University, leading discussion on “The Abolitionists,” the story of a group of reformers fighting to end slavery in the 1830s. Clips from the documentary will be shown during the discussion and light refreshments will be served. The discussion series continues with Dr. Michael Bertrand and “Slavery by Another Name” on Feb. 22, Linda Wynn and “Freedom Riders” on March 8 and Dr. Susan F. Wiltshire and “The Loving Story” on March 22. The Created Equal series concludes with a choral celebration at First Baptist Church at 6 pm Saturday, March 22, and a closing reception at the Nesbitt Cultural Enrichment Center in the Promise Land community at 2 pm Sunday, March 23. The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum will be hosting its second annual Civil Rights Dinner on Feb. 24. Those planning on attending one of the lunchtime film series are asked to RSVP by calling the museum at 446-0500. For more information on the film series or public discussions, contact Serina Gilbert at 707-2130.