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Archive Revelations III: We Are Our Own Liberators
April 19, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Event: Archive Revelations III: We Are Our Own Liberators
Start Date: 19 Apr 2018 7:00 pm
End Date: 19 Apr 2018 10:00 pm
Venue: MayDay Rooms
Archive Revelations III:
June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive and the Young Historians Project
Present the YHP film ‘We Are Our Own Liberators’.
This film narrates the legacy of the Black Liberation Front (BLF), A British Black Power organisation active between 1971-1993. Through testimonies, the main BLF initiatives: The Grassroots newspaper; supplementary schooling; black bookshops; Ujima housing association; international links and support for African liberation struggles are explored alongside the major challenges, of state attacks, ideological divisions and gender issues faced by the organisation. The event includes a Q&A with YHP Team.
YHP created this film, alongside an exhibition, as a broad step in consolidating the history of 20th century black activism in Britain. YHP are a not-for-profit organisation formed of 16-25 year olds that encourages young people of African and Caribbean descent to engage with Black British History.
The JGPACA spans over 30 years of Pan African cinema which includes films, audio recordings, images, paper-based materials and posters. Screenings also help to make our films as widely accessible as possible and help us to promote the joy of Pan African cinema. These screenings support the work and development of the archive.
June Givanni’s Pan African Cinema Archive still needs support in raising funds to help secure it’s future and accessibility. With your donations you can help our archive promote and support the work of Black filmmakers from Africa, the UK, the Caribbean, North America and right across the African diaspora.
To find out more and donate towards our unique cultural, educational and curatorial resource please use the link below which will take you to our fundraising site.