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WILHEMINA_S WAR
WILHEMINA'S WAR

PASSIONATE PURSUITS
THE PASSIONATE PURSUITS OF 
ANGELA BOWEN

DREAMCATCHER
DREAMCATCHER

ALICE WALKER
ALICE WALKER: 
BEAUTY IN TRUTH

SLAYING THE DRAGON
SLAYING THE DRAGON

VOICES OF MUSLIM WOMEN
VOICES OF MUSLIM WOMEN FROM THE 
US SOUTH

THE SAME DIFFERENCE
THE SAME DIFFERENCE

FEED THE GREEN
FEED THE GREEN

PLAYING WITH FIRE
PLAYING WITH FIRE

    DON_T TELL ANYONE    
DON'T TELL ANYONE

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TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH
 
TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH

"...Focusing on the popular debate about racism as it relates to nationality, colorism and classism, the filmmaker's attempt to discover her own French roots takes the viewer along on her journey. Addressed from this very personal perspective makes the experience that much more captivating, yet alarming."
- Michelle Materre, Associate Professor, The New School, and Curator, Creatively Speaking Film Series

TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH In TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH director, Isabelle Boni-Claverie, documents the role of race and the persistence of racism in France, as well as the impact of French colonial history. Through an exploration of her own racially mixed family heritage, and via interviews with historians and academics, she peels back the layers of race relations in a manner that is both sobering and deeply informative. Soliciting black French individuals to share their daily experiences with racial and class discrimination, Boni-Claverie captures sentiments that are alarmingly similar to that of the black experience in America. But how is this so within French society which is well-known for being institutionally colorblind? TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH is a challenging and revelatory examination that compels viewers toward a substantive discussion on how experiences with inequality and discrimination are more universal than originally realized. 

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OLD SOUTH
OLD SOUTH
REFLECTIONS UNHEARD: BLACK WOMEN IN CIVIL RIGHTS
FAR FROM HOME
FAR FROM HOME
LIVING THINKERS
LIVING THINKERS
THE MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN
THE MOSQUE IN MORGANTOWN
STANDING ON MY SISTERS SHOULDERS
STANDING ON MY SISTER'S SHOULDERS

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