Caribbean culture is widely praised for it's artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social vibrancy. It's roots are not only representative of the Caribbean population, but of people all over the world. No matter your background, you can identify with this rich and diverse culture.
Come and celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month with an exciting collection of films from Trinidad, Tobago, St. Lucia, Jamaica, and the Caribbean. Then, stay for a film discussion with a question and answer session for each screening.
Audience members will be treated to Anansi stories, the poems and stories of Louise Bennett. Experience the costumed Pierrot Grenade character and other stories that reflect the wide breadth of Caribbean culture.
For More Information, please contact:
Atlanta - Fulton Public Library System - Central
Margaret Mitchell Square NW
Atlanta, GA 30303