New Orleans Loving Festival – How The Word Got Mixed Up

Film Screening: 1:30pm Sunday, June 10, 2012
Location: Café Istanbul - 2172 St. Claude Avenue – in the New Orleans Healing Center New Orleans, LA 70117 (In the New Orleans Healing Center.)

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Please join the New Orleans Loving Festival for a Film Screening & Discussion!

HOW THE WORLD GOT MIXED UP
by David Okuefuna (2011)

This film will re-access the meaning of the great historic force that first brought the races together – imperialism.  The film examines the complex history of interracial relationships and chronicles the shifts in attitudes that for centuries have created controversy and anxiety all around the world.  (90 minutes)  New Orleans Writer & Historian KEITH WELDON MEDLEY will facilitate a short discussion following the screening.  FREE Admission

Co-presented with Charitable Film Network, Press Street, and Cafe Istanbul.  For more information contact mail@charitablefilmnetwork.org.

The New Orleans Loving Festival is a Multiracial Community Celebration & Film Festival that challenges racial discrimination through outreach and education. The New Orleans Loving Festival is an initiative of the Charitable Film Network and Press Street. Please follow NOLF on Facebook.

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