Saturday, July 29, 2017 | 2pm – 6pm

Location:

African American Research Library & Cultural CenterĀ 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

 

Discover how soup joumou survives the Haitian Revolution and has become the symbol of freedom. As we celebrate an African nation full of accomplishments and resilience; Higher Frequency invites you to experience the culture through food, music, and a documentary. This documentary will give you a glimpse of black history and why every person in the world should join in on the celebration of the Haitian Revolution. All guests will get to enjoy their own bowl of soup joumou (pumpkin soup) after the screening.

 

2pm: LIVE Music Performances + Haitian Artist Art Display by JaFleu {www.jafleu.blogspot.com} + Haitian cuisine served

3:30pm SHARP: Documentary Screening + Q&A w/ Director, Dudley Alexis

5:00pm– Soup Joumou served

TICKETS (dinner included): $20

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