Black Perspectives: Sharing Culture

1985, 16:00 minutes, English


Black culture: music, poetry, the expression of a people, is alive and strong in Regent Park, through the work of Black Perspectives, a music/poetry/visual arts group. In this tape the members of Black Perspectives perform their music & poetry at the Bamboo Club, and later talk about their work in the context of racism, poverty, and community experience. Featuring performing groups People of Promise & Mystique, and the music of gay activist Faith Nolan.

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Black On Screen
by Claire Prieto and National Film Board of Canada.