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Caribbean Skin, African Identity
2010
Color
33 minutes
Trinidad & Tobago
English
Caribbean Skin, African Identity
The documentary examines the concept of African identity as it has evolved over the generations in Trinidad & Tobago. In it, the director explores her own identity, using the Emancipation Day parade and its rituals as a starting point for her journey. Interviews with African-Caribbean people and scholars define and explain some of the complexities of race in this society. Part of the CaribbeanTales Collection.
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