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Despite its success, AfroPoP series still faces challenges

Despite its success, AfroPoP series still faces challenges

Feb. 12 |     By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   AfroPoP, the successful public television program that shows independent films and documentaries “on contemporary life, art and pop culture across the African Diaspora” is now in its sixth season. “If...

Multicultural filmmaker uncovers painful truths  in search for family roots

Multicultural filmmaker uncovers painful truths in search for family roots

Feb. 6 |   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Eliaichi Kimaro’s need to fully understand her father’s culture later transformed a legacy project into a documentary on sexual violence. A first-generation American with a Tanzanian father and Korean...

An African Election: a look at Ghana’s 2008  presidential election

An African Election: a look at Ghana’s 2008 presidential election

Oct. 3 |  Producers hope to inspire U.S. Blacks to get out to vote      By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Both political parties are doing almost anything to win this national election. Not the upcoming U.S. presidential election but An African...

That’s My Face depicts a journey seeking African images, affirmation

That’s My Face depicts a journey seeking African images, affirmation

Mar. 21 |   Filmmaker finds himself reflected in Afro-Brazilian culture   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Thomas Allen Harris did what his grandfather always wanted to but didn’t get the chance — embark and complete a mythic journey...