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San Francisco Library - Short Film Series - Women Searching for More Justice and Creativity
Tue, Feb 28, 2012 3pm to 6pm
Grove and Larkin · Cost: 00
Mar 3, 2012

In behalf of San Francisco Public Library and direct invitation from staff,here is a special day a few first short films about Afro-Latino Brazilian experience. I have more films to share, however for tomorrow...another great organzer share the following...

Almost Everyday (Quase Todo Dia) - A single mother in Rio struggles to keep herself and young daughter safe on the streets. Running Time 18 mins. dir.
Gandja Monteiro

Ebony Goddess: Queen of Ile-Aiye - Cultural Club, Olodum, instills positive self-esteem in their local Black Brazilian community. Running Time 20 mins. dir. Carolina Moraes-Liu

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