Cinema in the Midst of Struggle's Q&A with Delvina Bernard available to stream
Cinema in the Midst of struggle's December Q&A with Delvina Bernard, "Africville / Restigouche," is now available to watch on our video page. The conversation followed a screening of the films Remember Africville (1991) and Incident at Restigouche (1984). Bernard, narrator of Remember Africville and founder of the Africentric Learning Institute of Nova Scotia, discusses the history of Africville, her work as an artist, activist and educator, and Canada's segregationist legacy.
Cinema in the Midst of Struggle's next event, "Documenting Queer Diasporas: A Screening and Conversation with Atif Siddiqi & Eisha Majara on QTPOC Filmmaking in Montréal since the 1990s," is scheduled for February 19th at 2PM EST. More details forthcoming.