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Pan-African Film & Arts Festival offers up Black Panther Party documentary

The 18th annual Pan-African Film & Arts Festival kicks off on February 10 and runs until the 17 in Los Angeles. The festival includes a screening of documentary 41st and Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panther Party on February 15 and panels and workshops on topics like Breaking into Reality TV.
February 9, 2010


The 18th annual Pan-African Film & Arts Festival kicks off on February 10 and runs until the 17 in Los Angeles. The festival includes a screening of documentary 41st and Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panther Party on February 15 and panels and workshops on topics like Breaking into Reality TV.

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