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PEOPLE’S EYE PHOTOGRAPHY

Malaika Hodari Kambon is a revolutionary photojournalist to her heart, spirit, and soul. Award winning & a published journalist since 2003 , she has followed her love of community & documentary photography & photojournalism; combining the genres of photography, journalism, & radio for over twenty-one years of field experience; & establishing eight years specializing in event and athletic photojournalism; in portraiture and other forms of digital capture through lighting. And establishing PEOPLE’S EYE PHOTOGRAPHY! #BlackBusinessMatters Cell phone technology photography apps are advancing! These photos were taken w/ Malaika’s cell phone @ famed jazz musician Muziki Duane Roberson’s 70th birthday...

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LOS ANGELES 1991 screens in SF Black Film Festival today at 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Old Yoshis

Fri, Jun 17 at 12:00 PM, US SFBFF XVIII | FRI | 12PM-2PM BLOCK | OLD YOSHI’S By: San Francisco Black Film Festival LOS ANGELES 1991 (10M) short (10min) Los Angeles, 1991. The streets have become a hotbed of racial tension and hate about to burst … Today is an important day for Eladio: he is going to avenge the death of his older brother. Within minutes he will find out that he is not the only one who has reasons to kill someone....

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“Beverly” screens at SF Black Film Festival FRIDAY – 12:00 -2:00 P.M. BLOCK AT YOSHIS

Fri, Jun 17 at 12:00 PM, US SFBFF XVIII | FRI | 12PM-2PM BLOCK | OLD YOSHI’S By: San Francisco Black Film Festival BEVERLEY (25M) short (25min) Beverley follows a mixed race girl’s struggles to carve out a sense of identity in a confusing, shifting cultural landscape, 1980 Leicester. A move from the decaying, poverty-stricken, urban environment to the relative comfort and theoretical safety of white suburbia does not provide the hope and opportunities Bev may have wished for. A familiar enemy is ever present – a threat that extends beyond her own safety – more importantly she must...

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