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CANCELLED *** Fade To Black: Eve’s Bayou
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CANCELLED *** Fade To Black: Eve’s Bayou

Written and directed by Kasi Lemmons (Harriet), this 1997 film stars Samuel L. Jackson (Sphere, Deep Blue Sea), Lynn Whitfield (A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, Greenleaf), Jurnee Smollett-Bell (Birds of Prey, Underground), and Diahann Carroll (Carmen Jones, Julia). The film centers on a Creole-American family in 1960's Louisiana and the lies that tear their family apart when a deep secret, infidelity, and voodoo is introduced.

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POSTPONED: Book Talk: A Drop of Midnight

Join us for the book launch of world-renowned hip-hop artist Jason “Timbuktu” Diakité’s memoir A drop of Midnight—a vivid and intimate journey through his family’s history—from South Carolina slavery to twenty-first-century Sweden. Jason Diakité will be at the Museum to talk about his book in conversation with Assistant Professor of Scandinavian Studies, UW, Amanda Doxtater.

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SBFF at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

LANGSTON is proud to bring its Seattle Black Film Festival to BIMA for an afternoon of thought provoking short films, one feature length film and post screening discussions centered around the Black diaspora experience and the Living Life Leadership and Living Arts Cultural Heritage Center's Black History Month theme of "Black Excellence and Achievement."

REPARATIONS
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REPARATIONS

Directed by Associate Artistic Director, Jay O'Leary (CITIZEN: An American Lyric '19), this world premiere by Darren Canady, resonates now more than ever as we navigate questions of ownership and accountability within ourselves, society and the American government at large. By examining the secrets and traumas we carry in our bloodlines, playwright Darren Canady urges us to inch closer and closer to decolonizing and deconstructing the dominant narrative.

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