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Njafweniko is a tender and tense short film about caring for a loved one suffering from mental health issues by First Acts filmmaker Emma Taonga Sayers.
Through contemporary dance, Emma calls attention to how race interacts with perceptions of mental health. Emma Taonga Sayers is a graduate from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, and a spoken word artist who uses her craft to discuss issues of race, gender and social inequalities.
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March 24, 2019 at 09:07AM