The Long Beach Central Area Association/MusicUNTOLD in partnership with Cultural Alliance of Long Beach, Shades of Afrika, Sankofa Scholars Program-Long Beach City College, NAACP-Long Beach Branch and Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum will present FREE screenings (donation encouraged) of Brown Babies: The Mischlingskinder Story.
Brown Babies: The Mischlingskinder Story reveals a chapter of history few know about. The film presents an era when children born to German women and African-American soldiers were unwanted, ignored and forgotten. Winner of the Best Documentary award at the 2011 American Black Film Festival, Brown Babies: The Mischlingskinder Story is a must-see, documentary that poignantly chronicles the lives of the biracial , bicultural children of African American GIs and German women. These children, placed in orphanages, were left to live without the support of their parents and their countries, Germany and the United States.
Saturday 1:00pm, October 26, 2013
Cultural Alliance of Long Beach
729 Pine Ave.
Long Beach 90813
Saturday 1:00PM, November 2, 2013
Shades of Afrika
1001 E. 4th St.
Long Beach, Ca. 90802
Monday 7:00 PM, Nov. 11, 2013
Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum http://claytonmuseum.org/
4130 Overland Ave.
Culver City, 90230
Sunday 3:00 PM November 17, 2013
NAACP Monthly Meeting
Ernest McBride Park & Cal. Rec. Community Center
1550 MLK Jr. Ave., L.B. 90813
Sponsors: Cultural Alliance of Long Beach, Shades of Afrika, Sankofa Scholars Program, Minnie Douglas PhD, Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum, NAACP-Long Beach Branch, Long Beach Central Area Association/MusicUNTOLD.
Additional info: John Malveaux, tel. (562) 436-4352, email@example.com