This historical documentary explores the hidden spiritual links between African and Indian culture in Jamaica and their survival in view of anti-slavery and anti-imperialist struggles.
Due to British colonists, Indians and African descendants met in the plantations and created something absolutely unique to express what they had been oppressed by.
Screening in partnership with DMU as part of Black History Month, the film will be introduced by director Linda Aïnouche who also joins us for a post-screening Q&A.
The screening starts at 7:30pm. For more information, take a look at the Phoenix Website.
To view their full listings, take a look at the Phoenix Brochure.
DMU is a dynamic university, read about what we have been up to in our latest news section.
At DMU there is always something to do or see, check out our events for yourself.
Read about our mission and vision and how these create a supportive and exciting learning environment.