Who bugs a ladybug? Does it bug anything? Explore the dynamic interactions within Colorado's habitats. ¿Quién molesta a una mariquita? ¿Molestan las mariquitas a otros insectos? Explora la convivencia en las hábitats de Colorado.
Local African American Artists discuss their work in the Arts. Moderator: Holly Hurd; Panelists: Lisa Grady-Willis, Helen Littlejohn, Lady Speech, Rosie Smith, Lea Chapman and Dannette Hollowell. Co-sponsored by Art Blaque.
The Gullah (or Geechee) are a distinctive group of African Americans, traditionally residing in the Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia, that have maintained connections with their African heritage. The Garifuna (or Garinagu), formerly called Black Caribs, are a mixture of people indigenous to the Caribbean and the Africans that arrived in the area, who now reside in Central America. Both of these groups have retained their language, history, and culture, never losing sight of their distinctive identities.
This documentary uses insights from leading scholars and rare footage of the rural South with reenactments of a pivotal 1943 radio interview with Hurston. Hurston was a ground breaking African American novelist and anthropologist. Not Rated. Running Time 84 minutes.