Narrated by Danny Glover, this is an extraordinary documentary about the black power movement in 1960’s and 70’s America. The film uses previously unseen footage and modern day commentary to explore the African American liberation movement at a key point in US history. With rare news footage, speeches, and interviews with key figures - including Angela Davis, Stokely Carmichael, Eldridge Cleaver and Huey Newton - this is an exceptionally powerful film - about black struggle half a century ago...in turn providing key insights into why that struggle continues today.
Butetown History & Arts Centre
Friday 3rd June, 7.00pm
Bute Street, Butetown, CF10 5LF
TICKETS £5.50 / £3.50
(no cards, cash on the night please)
Free tickets to asylum seekers
Ticket includes light Caribbean buffet after the film.
PLEASE NOTE, space at Butetown History & Arts is limited, so to avoid disappointment, BOOK IN ADVANCE to guarantee tickets.
This is an evening screening, open to women and men.