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Title Legacy / commissioned by Arts Council England and Arnolfini ; producer and director, Inge Blackman
Published San Francisco, CA : Frameline, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (18 min.)
Series LGBT studies in video
Summary Explores the legacy of slavery on mother/daugher relationships in African Caribbean culture. As they pay tribute to their ancestors, a daughter asks her Caribbean- born mother why she was taught both Afro-Caribbean and European religious tradition. The mother admits that there was conflict about which ideology to teach, so a mix of Cumina, Catholicism and Anglicanism resulted. Though alienated by the beating she suffered as a child, the now- adult daughter describes her mother's understanding when, during college, she told her mother about her sexuality and her mother was lovingly accepting
Notes Previously released as DVD
This edition in English
Subject Afro-Caribbean cults.
Christianity -- Caribbean Area.
Coming out (Sexual orientation)
Mothers and daughters.
Short films -- Great Britain.
Slavery.
Caribbean Area -- Religion.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author X, Campbell.
Arnolfini Gallery.
Arts Council England.
Frameline (Firm)