On Friday, April 17th, Urban Kryptonite will be aired at The Chokwe Lumumba Center for Economic Development and Democracy located at 939 W. Capitol Street. Urban Kryptonite: African Roots, Foreign Diseases is the first health documentary ever to delve deep into the mystifying quandary of disease and death in the African and African Diaspora community. This film addresses all of the folklore and propaganda associated with sickness in the black community.
At the conclusion of the film there will be a short 10 minute recess and a return for a Question & Answer session with the cast. The confirmed cast members present will be: Cochise Tarak-Saa (Executive Producer), D’jehuty Ma’at-ra(Executive Producer), Salahdeen Asad (Director) and Minister Enqi Sangreal (cast).
Tickets to the event will be $10 per day in advance and $20 at the door per day. (Note: Children under the age of 10 get in free and students with an ID will pay 50%). Tickets can be purchased at Bama Record Shop, 2618 Bailey Avenue Jackson, MS and where the event will be held. Anyone that wants to vend at the event, a vending table is $25 each day or $40 for two day vending table. (food, jewelry, natural soap products, etc).
For more information contact Alicia Crudup at 601-927-4131 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org