Sat, Jun 15 | Scribe Video Center

Caribbean Film Screening - 1804 The Hidden History of Haiti

An Epic Film with great reviews. Produced by the successful producer of Hidden Colors, Tariq Nasheed. The film explores and connects Haiti to Pan-Africanism and the struggles of present day Blacks.
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Caribbean Film Screening - 1804 The Hidden History of Haiti

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Scribe Video Center, 3908 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA

About the Event

In partnership with the Caribbean Community of Philadelphia, in honor of National Caribbean American Heritage Month and in honor of the strength of the people of Haiti, we will explore the hidden history of Haiti. This documentary gives a compelling, fresh look into the strategies, motivation and mindset of 17th and 18th century Africans caught in the snares of slavery in the Caribbean and in the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic), in particular.

The Hidden History of Haiti is a documentary film by filmmaker Tariq Nasheed. Nasheed is the producer of the #1 selling African history documentary series Hidden Colors. The film 1804 talks about the untold history of Haiti and the Haitian revolution, which was the most successful slave rebellion in history. As part of of the commemoration of 400 years of slavery in America, this movie is being screened to present parallels and perspectives from the past and the present conditions of African people.

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