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Afrikana Independent Film Festival

'Richmond Speaks' features short films about local residents making a difference. more

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Richmond's Afrikana Independent Film Festival invites cinephiles to take a ride to Charlottesville for the 30th Virginia Film Festival. more

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The creative force behind Richmond’s Tuesday Verses open mic poetry series, Lorna Pinckney, died Thursday. more

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Afrikana Independent Film Festival returns Sept. 14-17. more

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Ahead of its screening tonight, learn about the Community Justice Film Series, which works to inspire dialogue and involvement on a variety of community issues. more

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The city's first-ever Afro Cuban Mini-Fest swirls into action this weekend at Dogtown Dance Theatre. more

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In Church Hill, a new art education center and gallery will fuel a diverse community’s creative expression and prepare Richmond’s next generation of visual artists. more

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CanariLife dance instructor Natasha Wilson invites you to get up and bust a move. more

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The Afrikana Independent Film Festival and Feast RVA event series, Movies & Mimosas, encourages community engagement in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. more

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On Dec. 7, nearly 200 Richmonders came together for one purpose: to listen, learn and grow through honest dialogue about race. more

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Artist, educator and human rights activist Yewande Austin empowers the most vulnerable among us and inspires the next generation of Richmond leaders. more

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A film exploring the complex relationship between black women and European beauty standards is one of several provocative offerings at the Afrikana Independent Film Festival. more

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The Hat is participating in a cavalcade of stories, music and urban musings Saturday evening at the Hippodrome in Jackson Ward. more

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Artists capture dancers' movements, and dancers interpret theatrical works. Plus, there’s Easter on Parade, the opening of VCU’s annual undergraduate art exhibitions and a visit by radio and TV personality Sway Calloway for an RVA film premiere. more

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Afrikana festival showcases films ‘by and about people of color from across the globe.’ more

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A compilation of events, music, exhibitions and stage performances throughout Richmond in August more

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The Richmond Diversity Film Festival premieres Saturday, April 25, featuring stories about people of varying ethnicities, sexual orientations, ages, religions, disabilities and socioeconomic status. more

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Richmond’s diversity and its growing art scene makes it an ideal location for the Afrikana Independent Film Festival, says founder and creative director Enjoli Moon, who is putting on two events this week, including a Virginia premiere. more

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