True African History Film Series

Posted on April 2, 2004

True African History Film Series at the Uhuru House
Fridays 7:30pm – April 2004

503 S. 52nd St. (at Larchwood) Phila
$3.50 Donation Requested for Admission

APRIL 9: Bitter Cane

Filmed clandestinely under the Duvalier dictatorship, this timeless award-winning documentary examines the colonial domination of the Haitian people. Profiles the 1804 revolution and the occupation by U.S. Marines.
1983 – 75 min.

APRIL 23: The Tulsa Lynching of 1921
A powerful film that documents the rarely told story of a 1921 white mob?s murderous assault and destruction of the thriving self-sufficient black community know as Black Wallstreet or ?Little Africa.?
2000 – 80 min.

APRIL 30: Marcus Garvey: Look for Me in the Whirlwind
A documentary that chronicles Garvey?s rise to prominence and the lasting importance of his message, emphasizing economic empowerment and the struggle for ?Africa for Africans? that unified black people around the world.
2001 ? 90 min.

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