'Daughters of the Dust' co-presented by New York African Film Festival, Doc Watchers Caribbean Cultural Center
Daughters of the Dust
Dir. Julie Dash, USA, 1991, 112 min.
Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust, is a masterpiece work created 20 years ago that captured a spell-bounding portrait of South Carolina's Gullah culture, whose traditions are some of the most pronounced African traditions retained in American today.
Followed by Discussion Reception.
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