“I AM A MAN: Black Manhood & Sexual Diversity”

This film addresses the historical, social, political, media and religious contexts of black masculinity and black male sexuality in Africa and America. A panel, including Marc Lamont Hill, Esther Armah, Cleo Manago, Rev. Al Sharpton, Bishop John Selders, and Dr. R. L’Heureux Lewis, also contribute to the discussion of sexuality in the African Diaspora. This is a movie everyone needs to see because it gives a spotlight to important issues and historical and social narratives that are not often discussed in mainstream media.

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