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Celebrate the Cuban Revolution!    

At a special screening of the 1969 classic


Starring Marlon Brando
Directed by Gillo Pontecorvo

Monday, August 2, 2004 - 7:00PM

(In Commemoration of the July 26, 1953, Attack on the Moncada Barracks)

Following the film will be a presentation by Eugene Godfried, community organizer, music producer, and radio and literary journalist living in Cuba. Mr. Godfried has worked for over twenty-six years with Caribbean nations to promote ideas and actions regarding popular culture and Caribbean identity. He is currently Director of the Caribbean Division of Radio Havana, Cuba and hosts a show, Caribbean Outlook. For more about Eugene Godfried visit afrocubaweb.comAlso featuring the pertinent poetry of local artist Abayomi Huria who emphatically shows how “Art saves lives!”

At:  Cafe Mawonaj 624 ‘T’ Street, NW, Wash., DC

One block from the Shaw-Howard Univ. Metro Station on the Green Line.

                       suggested donation  $8.00

BURN (akaQueimada”) is being shown at this time of increasing US attacks and threats on Iraq, Haiti, Cuba and other countries because BURN is one of the few US films that reveal the drama of how colonialism and imperialism conspire in the Caribbean and the Americas.  For more information call 301-938-4628 or visit:

(Updated 9/2/2004)