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A voice for Black Unity

The documentary, A Voice for Black Unity, focuses on the life experiences of a young African American woman, Moett…experiences that lead her to be an advocate for black unity worldwide. Her own life experiences challenge her to love and understand what being black really means. A self-proclaimed Pan African, Moett’s journey leads her to self-discovery…to embrace her skin, to follow her passions and not those of others, and to connect to her black brothers and sisters worldwide. Before drawing a conclusion on who she really is, Moett deems it important that she not only educate herself about African history in the Americas, but also travel to Africa and absorb the history from its source and from the people of the land.
What is the cause of fractionalization among blacks for the past several hundred years? Perhaps it is due to environmental differences; distance and occidental influences nourish the disconnection between black people from diverse places and impact the way they perceive each other. Is unification possible? Moett’s research discovers similarities between the different cultures. Her hopefulness and her willingness to engage in heartfelt and candid discussions with other blacks opens the door to forge a pathway to black unity.

  • Cathy Huffman
  • Moett Grier
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short
  • Runtime:
    35 minutes
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - ISABELLE KABILA

Isabelle Kabila

Director/screenwriter/ producer Isabelle Kabila is the Founder and CEO of Unparalleled Film, an independent film production company based in Stockton, California. Kabila began her career in television, working as a news reporter at Congolese National Television and Radio. She has created documentaries and special magazines for such international organizations as Red Cross and UNESCO. In 2000, she co-directed the short documentary Mandombe, about a new writing invented by David Wabeladio. She directed the feature documentary Nkamba, The Kimbanguist Mecca, and recently Sharing Passion, about classical music becoming attractive within families in Kinshasa/ DRC

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