The Cape Verdean Museum Exhibit & The Cape Verdean Progressive Center
Present Cultural Film Series
Every 4th Tuesday of the Month
At The Cape Verdean Progressive Center (CV Club)
377 Grosvenor Avenue, East Providence, RI
Doors Open at 6:00 pm. Showtime at 7:00 pm (sharp)
Admission $5.00 - proceeds benefit the CV Museum
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
“Amilcar Cabral - A documentary”
Amilcar Cabral was the leader of the Liberation Movement of Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau and the founder of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea Bissau and Cape Verde (PAIGC). Regarded as a true icon of African history, this documentary provides considerable background to this revolutionary giant and reveals Cabral in several dimensions: as a man, a father, politician, humanist and poet.
The documentary is skillfully produced and uses a wealth of rare archive footage, balanced inclusion of varied testimonies of important African personalities and the credible recreation of notable episodes of Cabral's life.
Amilcar Cabral was born in Portuguese Guinea to Cape Verdean parents on September 12, 1924 and died a tragic death in the evening of January 20, 1973.
For further information, contact Denise Oliveira at (401) 222-4137.
11 fevereiro 2010
07 fevereiro 2010
O governo de Cabo Verde deverá ter pronta toda a documentação técnica da candidatura do Campo de Concentração do Tarrafal (norte da ilha de Santiago) a Património Mundial da Humanidade em 2011 ou 2012.
Segundo Carlos Carvalho, presidente do Instituto de Investigação e Património Cultural (IIPC) cabo-verdiano, a documentação do sítio histórico, já Património Nacional de Cabo Verde, será entregue logo que possível à Organização das Nações Unidas para a Educação, Ciência e Cultura (UNESCO).