Description of filmDuality: A Collection of Afro Indigenous Perspectives The film is a collection of personal reflections told by individuals of African and Indigenous ancestry who identify as Afro-Indigenous across America. The film gives a historical and present-day account of how Afro-Indigenous people are and have been reconnecting with their dual cultures. The journey to understanding can be complicated but it brings forth the question: What does it mean to be Afro-Indigenous?
Directors commentsHistory Before Us, Black Indians NC, and Cherokees for Black Indian History Preservation Foundation are dedicated to capturing the voices on film of the people of African American and Indigenous ancestry across the globe. The filmmakers are exploring the unique but complex historical and present-day history of the two diverse cultures. As a donor to this project, YOU are supporting those rather hidden voices to be heard and providing visual materials to educate future generations.Based upon your donation value, you will receive opportunities to receive the official documentary film poster, and VIP invites to screenings in your area to meet members of cast/production team. Donations valued at $10.00 will be recognized on Black Indians NC, History Before Us and Cherokees for Black Indian History Preservation Foundation social media pages. Donations valued at $75.00 or more - Film Poster and VIP Screenings (Early access to film screening link). Donations valued at $100.00- Mask, Film Poster and VIP Screening (Early access to film screening link). *Shipping & Handling included Join us as we take this journey to learn about the history of our past.