New Orleans Loving Festival – Multiracial Identity
Event: Jun 07, 2012
6:30pm - 9:00pm


Please join the NEW ORLEANS LOVING FESTIVAL for an Opening Reception & Film Screening.

by Brian Chinhema (2010)

Multiracial people are the fastest growing demographic in America, yet there is no official political recognition for mixed-race people. Multiracial Identity explores the social, political, and religious impact of the multiracial movement. (82 minutes)  FREE Admission

There will be a short discussion immediately following the screening with filmmaker BRIAN CHINHEMA, and TED QUANT – Director of the Twomey Center for Peace Through Justice.

The reception starts at 6:00pm. The film screening starts at 6:30pm.

Co-presented with the Twomey Center for Peace Through Justice, New Orleans Video Voices, and PATOIS: New Orleans International Film Festival.  For more information contact or visit  Please follow Multiracial Identity – The Movie on Facebook.

The New Orleans Loving Festival is a Multiracial Community Celebration & Film Festival that challenges racial discrimination through outreach and education. The New Orleans Loving Festival is an initiative of the Charitable Film Network and Press Street.  Please follow NOLF on Facebook.

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