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Monday, May 28, 2007

“RABELADOS” THE NON-VIOLENT REBELS OF CAPE VERDE ISLAND

THE INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS A SPECIAL SCREENING OF

“RABELADOS” THE NON-VIOLENT REBELS OF CAPE VERDE ISLAND

A FILM BY ANA ROCHE FERNANDES

AT THE NEW YORK BAHA’I CENTER

LOCATED @53 EAST 11TH ST (btwn University & Broadway)

JOIN US ON THURSDAY MAY 31ST from 6-9:30PM

“ FREE FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS

FILM SCREENING, DISCUSSION, NETWORKING WITH FRIENDS

DOORS OPEN @ 6PM/FILM BEGINS PROMPTLY@7PM

DONATIONS SUPPORTS THE IBFF

*** “Rabelados” is a film about the African will to resist the Portugese Church and State and the quest for independence on Cape Verde island.***

*** They were described as terrorist, they were sent to concentration camps and their leaders were banished to other islands.***

***** A Cinematic Gem*****

* Film followed by a discussion on Maroon cultures .

See, also http://www.blackfilmfestival.net

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

FREE REFRESHMENTS Sponsored by
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FREE POPCORN Sponsored by Ike and Sam’s KettleCorn
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SUGGESTED DONATION $10. (NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY)

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Posted by SPN on 05/28 at 10:10 AM in Art
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Monday, December 18, 2006

INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS A SPECIAL SCREENING

THE INTERNATIONAL BLACK FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS
A KWANZAA CELEBRATION AND SPECIAL SCREENING OF “ THE FORGOTTEN ROOT”

A FILM BY RAFAEL REBOLLAR AT THE NEW YORK BAHA’I CENTER LOCATED @53 EAST 11TH ST (btwn University & Broadway)

JOIN US ON THURSDAY DECEMBER 21st from 6-9:30PM “ FREE FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS

FILM SCREENING, DISCUSSION, NETWORKING WITH FRIENDS

DOORS OPEN @ 6PM/FILM BEGINS PROMPTLY@7PM SUGGESTED $12 DONATION SUPPORTS THE IBFF

* “La raiz ovlvidada” (The forgotten root) is a documentary about the profound cultural and economic contributions of enslaved Africans in New Spain (Mexico).

* “ The forgotten root” is a film about Africans in Mexico”.

***** Media that Matters*****
* Film followed by a discussion on African identity in Latin America.

See, also, http://www.afromexico.org

See, also http://www.blackfilmfestival.net

STUDENT DISCOUNT SAG, AFTRA, NATAS, FVA,MEA, HarlemAA admission $9. with valid card FREE FOOD Sponsored by La Nueva Conquista Restaurant
236 Lafayette Street (at Spring Street in Soho) 212-226-9835
FREE POPCORN Sponsored by Ike and Sam’s KettleCorn http://www.ikeandsams.com

Paste/Click on the Link below to see more details about this event
http//www.evite.com/app/publicUrl/allen_c_dawson@hotmail.com/kwanza

COME FILL US WTH THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY

Posted by SPN on 12/18 at 02:06 PM in Art
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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Cousin, Lawrence Hill

Here is my cousin Lawrence Hill with my uncle’s dog Beau.  This picture was taken about ten years ago.  Lawrence is now a starting basketball player at Stanford University.

Lawrence
Posted by SPN on 07/25 at 04:38 PM in Art
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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Those crazy Koreans!  What will they think of next?

Check out the wildest group of break dancers this side of the solar system.  Pay special attention to the dancer’s control displayed at minute 3:02!


Posted by SPN on 06/22 at 11:38 AM in Art
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Saturday, March 27, 2004

well here it is!!

ok this is the Miro’ painting i was talking about.  I believe it to be an origional lithograph signed in ink by the artist from the printers of Meaght in france where miro, Picasso, Dega, and other artist had tight aleginces with the printer for historical reproductions of the artwork.image

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Posted by bbeard on 03/27 at 02:27 PM in Art
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