AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

Black to Our Roots

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Black to Our Roots is a testament to the power of change. Living in a housing project in Atlanta, Georgia, 17-year-old Sylvia Dorsey feels frustrated by the drug abuse and violence surrounding her. "Black to Our Roots" shares the inspirational story of the journey Sylvia takes to explore her ancestral home in Ghana in an attempt to escape the cycle of violence and poverty of her Atlanta neighborhood. In Africa, Sylvia confronts several challenges that test her patience and change her life forever. When she returns to the United States, will she adjust to her old world as a new woman? Director: Tre Whitlow.
 

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