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Enjoy music from and connected to the award-winning film Black and Cuba on Spotify. Featuring iconic musicians from throughout the Diaspora, including Celia Cruz and the Fania All-Stars, Abbey Lincoln, and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Happy Black Music Month! Discover Now
See 9 GRAMS playwright Maisha Yearwood explain how to survive solitary confinement. She’ll be performing her funny award-winning show at the My True Colors Festival in Brooklyn June 23-25, 2017. Happy Pride! Get Tickets
The Black and Cuba roadshow continues Sunday June 4, 2017 in Baltimore at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum 2pm 803 Pratt Street. Join this caring and vibrant community for what’s sure to be a lively dialogue after the film. If you can’t make it Sunday, Black and Cuba is also available on DVD and […]
This surprisingly funny play follows a Hollywood screenwriter as she is forced to endure solitary confinement in a Turkish prison because she is a Black butch lesbian.
Happy Black History Month! There’s still time to share #BlackandCuba with your campus community and have an inspiring dialogue about race, activism and social justice. ✊🏿and🇨🇺 Contact our Outreach Director Shannon Shird email@example.com to schedule a screening.
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