Tu 11/27: BloomScreen presents: Black Indians: An American Story

Tuesday, November 27th at 7:00 pm

To celebrate November as Native American Heritage Month – BloomBars presents a documentary, which explores issues of racial identity among people of mixed Native American and African American heritage… (http://tinyurl.com/black-indians-trailer)

Black Indians: An American Story (2004, 60 min), by Chip Richie – brings to light a forgotten part of America’s past – the cultural and racial fusion of Native and African Americans. Narrated by James Earl Jones, the film explores what brought the two groups together, what drove them apart, and the challenges that they face today.

From the Atlantic Seaboard to the Western Plains, family memories and historical highlights reveal the indelible mark of this unique ancestry, and its continuing influence throughout the generations.

The screening will be followed by audience discussion and Q&A.

*Suggested Donation: $10. Proceeds support BloomBars. Free organic popcorn.

BloomScreen Indie Film Night – is a weekly series of independent and foreign films, accompanied by discussions with filmmakers, experts, and other guests.

Directions: The location is a 7 minute walk from Columbia Heights METRO, and parking garages at Target and at Giant. Street parking available on 11th St and Kenyon St – next to Tubman ES.