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9.26.2017 - Pan African Film Screening and Conversation

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FILM: The Pan African Festival of Algiers(1969) by William Klein
DATE: Tuesday, September 26th
TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: White Hall 208, Emory University Campus

The National Black Arts Festival, in collaboration with Emory University and First Congregational Church, UCC is pleased to present Black Music of the World: Tools of Revolution and Reclamation. This event will feature the screening of William Klein's documentary film "Pan-African Film festival" 1969 and a panel discussion.
 
Attorney, activist and former Black Panther, Kathleen Cleaver will join artists and Emory Scholar Michael D. Harris, artist/independent scholar Ed Spriggs, and GSU Ethnomusicologist Oliver Nathan Greene on our distinguished panel. Pellom McDaniels, curator of Emory's African American Collections at the Rose Library, will serve as Moderator.

This event is free and open to the public.
Visit www.nbaf.org for additional details.