“Cuba: An African Odyssey”
Monday Feb. 8 at 7PM
La Biblioteca Popular, 1921 S. Blue Island

During the Cold War and the decolonisation period for much of Africa, the island nation of Communist Cuba helped different liberation struggles contest American and European hegemony. This film explores these unusual and seldom discussed transnational Afro-Cuban relationships.


Alex Iwasa

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