Reel Sisters of the Diaspora: FREE ANGELA & ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS

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Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series: ImageNation Cinema Foundation and AFRICAN VOICES COMMUNICATIONS, INC. proudly presentsa special screening of: FREE ANGELA & ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS.

Directed by Shola Lynch

Synopsis: Free Angela is a gripping historic account of the events that catapulted a young University of California philosophy professor into a controversial political icon in the turbulent late 1960's.  Angela Davis joins the Communist Party, protests with the Black Panthers, and becomes a principle spokesperson for the burgeoning prison reform movement.  As a result, she finds herself Fighting to keep her job, and in the national media spotlight characterized by her many detractors as a dangerous subversive menace, and by her supporters as a strong leader challenging authority and boldly advocating for "Power to All People."

Moikgantsi Kgama, the founder of ImageNation Cinema Foundation, will host a Q. & A. following the screening.

The screening will be held on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 at 7:30pm

Kumble Theater at LIU Brooklyn, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201, On Flatbush Ave between DeKalb Ave & Willoughby Street.

Tickets available at Eventbright:

$15 - (Early bird discount $10 until Oct. 7th).DISCOUNT CODE: ReelPower

Purchase tickets for Free Angela and All Political Prisonersscreening @ www.reelsisters.com

 

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