We Dream in Black Film Screening

Join We Dream in Black for a screening of Chèche Lavi, a lyrical portrait of two Haitian migrants, Robens and James, who find themselves stranded at the US-Mexico border with no way forward and no one to depend on but each other. The quiet, unexpected tenderness of their friendship shines in the eye of an incomprehensible geopolitical storm, even as the two men drift towards drastically different futures… and a new wall rises on the horizon.

The film screening is on Saturday, May 1st, from 6:00 PM-8:30 PM ET (3:00 PM-5:30 PM PT). We’ll watch the movie together and then have a Q&A!

The film is in Haitian Creole with English and Spanish subtitles. The program and Q&A will also have simultaneous interpretation in Haitian Creole and Spanish. RSVP here to join us! 


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