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Film: The Power of Art3/3/2020   6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Celebrate Women’s History Month at Crandall Library

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"Africa is not only a continent of war and crisis. There is also an Africa that is alive and well, and is often borne by women" Odile Sorgho-Moulinier (United Nations) Culture is no longer a static body of knowledge, values, practices and expressions shared and passed on by a community. It is a dynamic reality. "The Power of Art / Women's Voices in Africa" explores how contemporary African women who choose to be professional artists claim their position, and deal with the stereotypes associated with being an African and a woman. The film also focuses on the role professional artists may play in addressing the challenges women are faced with on the African continent.—Claudine Pommier IMDb

Program held in the Christine L. McDonald Community Room


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