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Honolulu African American Film Festival honors Black experience

COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power” kicks off the festival with an opening-night reception.
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COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

“Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power” kicks off the festival with an opening-night reception.

COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “On the Line: The Richard Williams Story” is the life story of Richard Williams — father of tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams.
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COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

“On the Line: The Richard Williams Story” is the life story of Richard Williams — father of tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams.

COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                Ruby Lum, left, and Pearl Lum are pictured in ­Augusta, Ga., in 1939. The family is featured in the documentary “Blurring the Color Line.”
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COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

Ruby Lum, left, and Pearl Lum are pictured in ­Augusta, Ga., in 1939. The family is featured in the documentary “Blurring the Color Line.”

COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “The Inspection” follows a young, gay Black man with little hope confronts prejudice and arduous basic training when he joins the Marines, but he also finds fellowship and support.
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COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL

“The Inspection” follows a young, gay Black man with little hope confronts prejudice and arduous basic training when he joins the Marines, but he also finds fellowship and support.

COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power” kicks off the festival with an opening-night reception.
COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “On the Line: The Richard Williams Story” is the life story of Richard Williams — father of tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams.
COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                Ruby Lum, left, and Pearl Lum are pictured in ­Augusta, Ga., in 1939. The family is featured in the documentary “Blurring the Color Line.”
COURTESY HONOLULU AFRICAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
                                “The Inspection” follows a young, gay Black man with little hope confronts prejudice and arduous basic training when he joins the Marines, but he also finds fellowship and support.