26th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival-Conversations, Children’s Activities and Conscious Raising Films

26th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival-Conversations, Children’s Activities and Consciousness Raising Films

Los Angeles-The first weekend of the Pan African Film and Arts Festival is a wrap! Don’t despair; there is still time to catch the festival, which runs through Monday, February 19th at the Rave Cinemark Theatres and at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.Yes, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, each year we get to go on a global journey of the African diaspora through cinema and to enjoy the brilliant artwork of local and international artists.

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"Love Jacked", A film by Alfons Adetuyi To Open 26th Annual Pan African Film Festival

“Love Jacked”, A film by Alfons Adetuyi To Open 26th Annual Pan African Film Festival

PAFF 2018 opens its doors to a film by Alfons Adetuyi, “Love Jacked” on opening night. A warm family comedy centered around Maya, a headstrong 28-year-old with artistic ambitions and her father Ed, who wants a dutiful daughter to run the family store. Ed is shocked when Maya, asserting her independence, decides to travel to Africa for inspiration and returns with a fiancé.

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President Trump Extends Pathway To Citizenship To Over 1.8Million Undocumented Immigrants While Striking A Hardline Bargain On Legal Immigration

President Trump Extends Pathway To Citizenship To Over 1.8Million Undocumented Immigrants While Striking A Hard-line Bargain On Legal Immigration

In an unprecedented move on Thursday just when DACA recipients and politicians were still digesting the possibility for a solution to the fate of over 700,000 DACA recipients, President Donald Trump threw another curve ball in the mix offering a pathway to citizenship for an estimated 1.8 million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children.

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The African Communities Public Health Coalition March To Protect South American And African Immigrant Communities From Elimination

The African Communities Public Health Coalition joined the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) rally on January 13, 208. The TPS Coalition in Los Angeles that was organized and led by CARECEN march to Metropolitan Detention Center to protect a program that is critical to California’s growing South American and African immigrant communities from elimination.

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the “March Against Slavery in Libya and Beyond”

The “March Against Slavery in Libya and Beyond”

On January 27, 2018, USA for IOM, the nonprofit partner of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), will join the “March Against Slavery in Libya and Beyond” in Los Angeles, California. The march organized by activists Sahndra Fon Dufe and Angelique Mendes aims to raise awareness for migrants being abused and exploited in Libya and other countries around the world.

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President Trump Extends Pathway To Citizenship To Over 1.8Million Undocumented Immigrants While Striking A Hardline Bargain On Legal Immigration

President Donald Trump Considers Pathway To Citizenship For DACA

On Wednesday January 24, 2018 while speaking about the fate of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US by their families as children President Trump echoed some much needed solace to DACA recipients. For the first time since the government shutdown President Donald Trump explicitly offered the possibility of a pathway to citizenship for the Dreamers as they are known.

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