Fri, Jan. 18 @ 6:30PM – Cowin – Teachers College

A Garifuna language teacher from a coastal village in Honduras, Central America, struggles to preserve his indigenous culture and communal lands in the face of tourism’s encroachment and personal betrayal.

Directed by Ali Allie & Ruben Reyes, 2012, 100 min, USA/Honduras, Drama, Garifuna/English/Spanish with English subtitle.

Ticket $12/$10
Fri, Jan. 18 @ 6:30PM - Q&A after the screening


Show with
Negro: Media Imagery and Thoughts on Sammy Sosa

Nuyorican, Ignacio Quiles talks about media representation and conditioning and why he doesn’t blame Sammy Sosa for giving into societal pressures to bleach his skin.

Negro is a docu-series exploring identity, colonization, the African Diaspora and the color complex in Latin America and the Caribbean. Through candid interviews from Latinos, the social manifestations and consequences of a deeply ingrained color complex is deconstructed. More info here: www.negrodocumentary.com




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