Liberty in a Soup: A Documentary Screening Art Exhibition + Live Performance + Haitian Cuisine – July 29th

Liberty in a Soup: A Documentary Screening Art Exhibition + Live Performance + Haitian Cuisine – July 29th

Discover how a soup 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 on Saturday, July 29th at the African American Research Library & Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale. Get 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.

Guest Speaker: Starex Smith a.k.a. “The Hungry Black Man” is an accomplished and experienced public administrator, fundraiser, foodie, and culinary business developer who has created a blog, dedicated to navigating and sharing the Black experience through commentary on food, travel, and culture.

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

3pm: Live Performances by Le Nubian Dance, Inc.; Cellist Player, Guy Michel, accompanied by prOPERA Reggae (original genre) Artist, Ras Abuna.

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

5:00pm- Soup Joumou served

Tickets: (dinner included): $20

* A portion of the proceeds go to “Girls Call The Shots, Inc.” – Equipping teen girls to lead in film & media.

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