1804: The Hidden History of Haiti - 4th Monday Free Screening October 22, 2018

1804: The Hidden History of Haiti is a documentary film by filmmaker Tariq Nasheed. Nasheed is the producer of the #1 selling African history documentary series Hidden Colors. The new film 1804 talks about the untold history of Haiti and the Haitian revolution, which was the most successful slave rebellion in history.

Monday, October 22, 2018 @7pm

St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Free Screening

Mayme Clayton Library and Museum
4130 Overland Avenue
Culver City, CA 90230

Mayme Clayton Library and Museum in association with the BADWest St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Documentary

1804: The Hidden History of Haiti

Directed by
Tariq Nasheed

For years, certain people in Hollywood have tried to come up with the resources to do a film about the Haitian revolution, but they were halted by different challenges because of the controversial subject matter.

But we feel that the unknown history of Haiti should be uncovered and taught to a global generation of people who will see the perseverance of the Haitian people as a source of inspiration.

This is the first time a documentary film has gone in depth into the history of Haiti, and the film will also explore the real reasons for the current state of Haiti.

Tariq NasheedTariq Nasheed is an American film producer and media personality. Nasheed's books on dating and finding women include The Mack' Within, The Elite Way, and The Art of Mackin'. Nasheed has also authored two advice books for female readers: Play or Be Played: What Every Female Should Know About Men, Dating, and Relationships and The Art of Gold Digging.

Nasheed produced the 2011 documentary film Hidden Colors, on the history of African and aboriginal peoples. Nasheed's follow-up film and DVD, Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph of Melanin, was released in 2012. In 2014, Nasheed released Hidden Colors 3, and Hidden Colors 4 was released in June 2016. In 2013, Nasheed released the horror film Dark Medicine, which he also wrote and directed

There will be a Q&A after the screening.

 Our Location

This event is FREE.

Mayme Clayton Library and Museum
4130 Overland Avenue
Culver City, CA 90230

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The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West (BAD West) is a professional organization providing people of African descent working in documentary film, video or other media the opportunity to network professionally, share resources, exchange ideas and meet socially in order to enhance the development, production, promotion and exhibition of documentaries. The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West also advocates the recognition and professional advancement of Black documentary filmmakers.