Haile Gerima

filmmaker

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Ethiopian filmmaker working in the US; Professor of Film at Howard University

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Filmmaker Haile Gerima joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss African American displacement in white society in Ashes and Embers.

Haile Gerima: Ashes and Embers

Filmmaker Haile Gerima joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss African American displacement in white society in Ashes and Embers.

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