Blurring the Color Line breaks racial barriers by going beyond the narratives of black & white. Much has been written about the segregation of Black people in the South, but nothing that discusses the social placement of Asian Americans during this time. This film invites critical conversations around today’s racial tensions by addressing a connective past. It decenters existing narratives and showcases perspectives from both the Chinese and Black community. Join us for the screening of this award-winning inspirational story at Africa Center Hong Kong.
18:30-19:35 Documentary Screening & Mini Discussion
19:35-20:35 Pan-African Dinner
20:35-21:00 African Drum/ Music/ Dance
It is a fun and family-friendly space to find heartwarming African food and direct connection to the local African community. The center is for everyone, where they can freely express themselves and their ideas.
The Africa Center is a turning point for the African communities within Hong Kong, and for those who wish to learn and integrate with the community not just within the city, but through out the African diaspora.
I value the “African Literature Book Club” as I value Women’s Day and Black History Month because African literature deserves a spotlight.
Radio Show Host