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M.I. Screens at NCCU During Gender Reel Film Festival (9.19.14)

North Carolina Central University presents a special screening of M.I., A Different Kind of Girl, a documentary film by Leslie Cunningham. Friday, September 19, 2014 at 6:00pm North Carolina Central University Michaux School of Education Auditorium 700 Cecil St., Durham, NC 27707 • 6:00pm - Doors open • 6:15-6:30 - Welcome from NCCU and the … Continue reading M.I. Screens at NCCU During Gender Reel Film Festival (9.19.14)

Brown Skin Showgirls, One-Legged Tappers and a Lucumi Ritual Dance

The Harlem in Havana Project: Preserving an American Entertainment Legacy The last remaining of the great entertainers from one of America’s most successful traveling shows are finally telling their stories in  JIG SHOW| Leon Claxton’s Harlem in Havana, a new documentary film from filmmaker Leslie Cunningham. Part of a larger work known as the Harlem … Continue reading Brown Skin Showgirls, One-Legged Tappers and a Lucumi Ritual Dance

TRIBES Magazine 8th Anniversary Issue – Celebrating our roots

The leaves have started to change outside of TRIBES headquarters and as we put this eighth anniversary edition of TRIBES Magazine to bed, the quiet beauty and meloncholy birth of this years’ dying season is an unexpected epilogue to an end-of-summer, music festival season vibrant and alive with creative energy here in the Triangle and our sister cities, … Continue reading TRIBES Magazine 8th Anniversary Issue – Celebrating our roots