Claudine by John Berry
Claudine, a single mother, strives to provide for her six children in Harlem working as a maid. She meets a charming man named Roop, and must decide if their romance will ultimately work.
Opening remarks by Michelle Lanier (Executive Director, African American Heritage Commission), Angela Lee (Executive Director, St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation), and Lana Garland (Curator & Executive Producer of HHFF)
Includes ancestral procession and NCCU Vocal Jazz Ensemble performance of a medley Black love songs from films.
|5:30pm – 6:30pm||– Opening Night Reception|
|6:30pm – 9:00pm||– Opening Night & Claudine screening|
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