The Black Fire Documentary: Pre-Show Interview, Post-Show Discussion

image of James "Plunky" Branch, Black elder in mirrored sunglasses. Cropped from event ad

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Afrikana Spotlight: Plunky in Conversation. film screening and discussion. Event sponsored by We Act Radio and hosted by station co-founder Kymone Freeman. “The Black Fire Documentary” is 28 minutes, exploring record label and its relationship to movement “about revolution, rebellion, charting new territories and new pathways.”

Established by DJ and record producer Jimmy Gray, and Saxophonist James “Plunky” Branch who led the band Oneness Of Juju, Black Fire Records followed in the footsteps of other influential black-owned independent labels like Strata-East and Tribe.

Event is September 18, 7-9 p.m. at 14th & V NW Busboys and Poets. FREE

Film trailer and more about the documentary and its story

Event ad shows Plunky, Black elder in round mirrored sunglasses with text for Black Fire Documentary event
Event image reads: Afrikana Spotlight: Plunky in Conversation. The Black Fire Documentary. 28 minutes/USA. Sunday September 18, 7-9 pm. Busboys and Poets. Langston Hughes rm, 14th and V st NW.

Pre-Show Interview

Post-Show Discussion

 

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