The Los Angeles Valley College African American Studies Faculty and the Black Student Union Present Black Herstory: Short Films directed by African American Women in Celebration of Black Heritage.
Films being presented in honor of Women’s History Month
- Gift For the Living, Directed by Tamika Miller
A Granddaughter Learns About Sacrifice, Love, and Jim-Crow-Era Black Blues Culture
- The Memo, Directed by Daheli Hall
A Modern Political Satire About the Revolution and the One Black Man Who Didn’t Get the Memo
- Milk and Honey, Directed by Niva Dorell
A Black Soldier and an Israeli Artist Meet and Travel Together in the Rural South of the 1950s
- Radimi: Who Stole the Dream, Directed by Katina Parker
A Teen Couple Faces Educational Challenges, Economic Struggles, and Parenthood in the 1990s
- Stone Mansion, Directed by J.J. Goldberger (Just Added!)
In the midst of the tumultuous Tulsa Riots of 1921, one aging couple must choose between saving their lives or protecting their home.
Q&A with Directors and Producer Carol Shine to follow
Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Monarch Hall Auditorium
Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Avenue
Valley Glen, CA 91401
Cost: Free and open to the public; donations welcome
For more information please contact
Sponsor(s): The Los Angeles Valley College African American Studies Faculty and the Black Student Union.
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