African culture and folklore

African culture and folklore (July 20, 1992)
Duration: 00:29:29

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Themes: Sports and Entertainment | Africa and African-Americans |

Guests: Frankey Quimby, Doug Quimby, Julie Dash, Joseph N'Diaye
Host : Mike Neal
Producer : Carlota Almanza


Summary: This show is about African culture and folklore that was better preserved through island life. It also includes an interview with Julie Dash about her movie, "Daughters of the Dust".

Guests are storytellers Frankey and Doug Quimby, who tell about their heritage; Joseph N'Diaye, the curator of the Museum des Esclaves; and film writer, director, producer, Julie Dash.

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