Luton Black Men Community Group Presents
FADE – Film And Discussion Event
Sunday 29th May 3pm to 5pm
The Black Candle – Kwanzaa
(for the whole African Heritage family, men, women, boys and girls)
Luton Irish Forum, 102 Hitchin Road, Luton LU2 0ES
(Entrance at car park off roundabout at Brunswick Street)
The Black Candle is a documentary about the struggle and triumph of the African Diaspora community via Kwanzaa and the seven principles of the Nguzo Saba (unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith) and its importance to African Diaspora today. Exploring the growth of Kwanzaa to the present-day as a global, Pan-African holiday and way-of-life embraced by over 40 million celebrants.
’Best Fruit and Veg’ will be supplying for sale fruits and veg (from the farmers fork direct to the fork on your plate, at reasonable prices including delivery) at FADE.
On sale: Aloe vera, sweet potatoe, yellow yam, spinach, mangos, avocados, pumpkin, alfalfa, kale, jelly/dry coconut, sour sap, moringa, irish moss, baobab and more.
Come and learn more about African Heritage & History and you will also have the opportunity to join in the discussion / debate after the screening.
ADMISSION is FREE but DONATIONS are WELCOMED
Food available on sale & stalls with products for sale
Contact: 07591 747987