A documentary exploring links between the Rasta movement and India in the context of anti-imperialist struggles
‘Dreadlocks Story’ explores the bonds of survival of African and Indian culture in Jamaica in view of up-front anti-slavery and anti-imperialist struggles! Due to British colonists, Indians and African descendants have met in the plantations and created something absolutely unique
and indispensable to express what they had been oppressed by.
The film has been shot in 4 countries (India, Jamaica, France and the USA), in 4 languages (Hindi, Jamaican Patois, French and English), with 4 local crews.” Linda Ainouche. Screening to be followed by a Q&A with
the director Linda Ainouche, moderated by Dr Adom Philogene Heron.
Part of Black History Month.
Unit for Visual Anthropology & Department of Anthropology presents
Dates & times
|13 Oct 2017||4:30pm - 7:00pm|
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