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"Racial and social inequalities are inextricably linked to an international geopolitical order. The Black Condition is immediately linked to the position of Africa in the order of international exchange just as the coloniality of power is linked to the unfinished struggles for the emancipation of colonized peoples." A shorts program by Farah Clémentine Dramani-Issifou on transatlantic perspectives on political struggles in the 1960s–1970s in Guinea-Bissau, Morocco, the USA and France.

Community Partner The Polygon Gallery

This is an online screening. If you want to get tickets for the theatre screening, click here.

Adapted from a play by Aimé Césaire, And The Dogs Were Quiet focuses on the rebellion of a man against the enslavement of his people, filmed inside the Musée de l'Homme in Paris. The film features performances by Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror.

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    13 minutes
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    Sarah Maldoror