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BloomScreen and TransAfrica present: The Story of Lucky Dube

Film: On the Trail of My Father: The Story of Lucky Dube (2009, 52 min), by Kurt Orderson

When:June 18,[masked]:00 PM

Donation:Suggested: $10. Proceeds will benefit both TransAfrica and BloomBars. Free popcorn and refreshments provided.

The Movie:On the Trail of My Father: The Story of Lucky Dube (2009, 52 min), by Kurt Orderson – tells the story of murdered South African reggae artist Lucky Dube. Thokozani his eldest son, who was present in the car when his father was gunned down, tries to come to grips with the loss of his father. He travels with his late father's tour manager to Jamaica, meeting old friends and fellow musicians. He is embraced by thought-provoking stories about his father and the impact his father's music had in the world. This film was shot on location in South Africa, London and Jamaica.

Our film will be followed by a discussion, via Skype, with Kurt Orderson, a young Rastafarian filmmaker from South Africa. Our moderator will be Mwiza Munthali, the Public Outreach Director of TransAfrica.

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Each week, we present films and with a discussion. Once a month, we partner with TransAfrica to present films from the African Diaspora. We are very happy to collaborate with TransAfrica – the oldest and largest African American human rights and social justice advocacy organization.

The Venue:

PARKING:- The easiest parking is probably at the garage @ 14th St, beneath Target/Best Buy.- There is also some street parking available on 11th St, and on the adjacent streets – but, be careful not to park in Residential-Only areas.- Then there’s the station - METRO: Columbia Heights (On 14th St) From 14th, walk up 14th St, turn right on Kenyon, left on 11th – see BloomBars just past Wonderland

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