Sunday, April 5, 2009

IN STEP WITH THE DURBAN REVIEW CONFERENCE: Eyes on the Ground: Film Exhibit April 20th

Eyes on the Ground: Film Exhibit April 20th

Dear Activists and Friends,

As you know the Durban Review Conference will take place in Geneva, Switzerland from April 20th – 24th. This will be an historic week where the world community takes stock of the gains made since the UN World Conference against Racism in 2001.

Mindful of those in Geneva making voices of the people heard, The Drammeh Institute, in partnership with Al Santana Productions, would like you to join us at the film exhibit, EYES ON THE GROUND as an informal social gathering for those that could not attend.

This exhibit will feature Durban 400, directed by Al Santana, and show first hand, on the ground accounts of the Durban conference by filmmakers who shot historic images of global Africans struggling for freedom and self determination. Moreover, it will be an opportunity to reflect upon our strengths through this reunion, network, and meet old and new friends.

These clips may never be seen again in public.

Won't you join us for an informal social & discussion?

MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 2008

6:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

Free admission and open to the public


Art Gallery, 2nd Floor of the Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building

163 West 125th Street at Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (7th Avenue), the Village of Harlem

(Travel: A,C, D, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Trains or M-7 Bus to 125th Street)

Municipal Parking at W.126th St. between Lenox Avenue & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. Street parking free after 7PM

Light food & refreshments will be served.

R.S.V.P. by « For more information: (718) 737-1976

EYES ON THE GROUND, is a program of the Drammeh Institute, Inc., in partnership with Al Santana Productions.

Film Exhibition Space is supported in part by the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) and, the Museum of African American Cinema (MoAAC)

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