The Black Candle
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|The Black Candle|
|Directed by||M. K. Asante|
|Produced by||M. K. Asante
|Written by||M. K. Asante
Maya Angelou (poetry)
|Narrated by||Maya Angelou|
|Music by||Nnenna Freelon, Derrick Hodge, Robert Glasper, Chris Dave|
The Black Candle uses Kwanzaa as a vehicle to explore and celebrate the African-American experience.
The documentary traces the holiday’s growth out of the Black Power Movement in the 1960s to its present-day reality.
- "Dr. Maya Angelou on Kwanzaa". Oprah.com.
- Official website
- M.K. Asante, director - Official Site
- M.K. Asante on CBS Early Show
- The Black Candle at the Internet Movie Database
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