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Kenbe Fem, roughly translated as “to hold firm”, is a common phrase in Haitian culture. This documentary was entitled Kenbe Fem to represent the resilience of the Haitian community. Despite all that Haiti has been through over the past two…
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Fighting for Respect captures the plight of African American soldiers who fought in WWI, receiving the Croix de Guerre military decoration from France, while still fighting discrimination and hatred at home in America. 
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Fighting for Respect captures the plight of African American soldiers who fought in WWI, receiving the Croix de Guerre military decoration from France, while still fighting discrimination and hatred at home in America.Directed by Joanne…
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Special virtual presentation of classic film Camp de Thiaroye directed by famous Senegalese filmmaker Ousmane Sembène, part ofADIFF PRESENTS: BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2022During World War II, Diatta (Ibrahima Sane) is a Senegalese student serving as a…
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The African Diaspora International Film Festival invites you to celebrate the work and life of Josephine Baker, first black woman to enter France's Panthéon. French President Emmanuel Macron will host the ceremony on Nov. 30, 2021. Josephine Baker…
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SAT, Jan. 14 @ 6:30pmGANG OF THE FRENCH CARIBBEANJimmy Larivière is struggling to make ends meet. He has to support his daughter and find his place in society. He gets involved with the Gang des Antillais (Gang of the French Caribbean), a group of…
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