Homecoming is the first film to explore the rural roots of African American life. The film is a mediation on the unfinished work of redeeming the land African Americans worked as slaves for hundreds of years. Homecoming argues that Black farms, though small in number today, can continue to provide African Americans with a sense of cultural stability and family unity into the 21st Century. In a country that has never tried to make African Americans feel at home, this film, like the farming families it celebrates, offers a real "homecoming."
MIST Harlem - My Image Studios
46 West 116th Street,New York, New York 10026
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