6th Annual Tuscaloosa Africana Film Festival

Bama Theatre on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Tuscaloosa will host its 6th Annual Evening of African Films, now re-named Tuscaloosa Africana Film Festival (TAFF) to include films from the broader African Diaspora as well as the continent itself. Screenings of this year’s selection will occur at the familiar setting of the Bama Theatre on Saturday, February 3rd 2018. This year’s film festival will be part of the Tuscaloosa Heritage Festival, a weekend of cultural activities hosted by the West Alabama Multicultural Alliance (WAMA).

What We Do

AframSouth fosters and encourages the strengthening of African American families by addressing social and health inequalities. We seek to provide education and services through media and social marketing in partnerships and collaborations because we believe that the African American family is the cornerstone for the healthy development of our communities.

AframSouth is

an organization inspired by the work and accomplishments of Afram Associates, Inc. and originally founded in 1969 and led by the late Preston Wilcox.

AframSouth is

an organization dedicated towards uplifting African American families and the quality of life in African American communities.

AframSouth is

an information resource center dedicated towards providing information on health, education, and community development.

AframSouth is

an education organization dedicated to provide learning activites in the areas of literacy, African American history and culture, and youth development.

Who We Are

William "Bill" Foster, LCSW

William "Bill" Foster, LCSW

Executive Director

David Tuck

Director of Special Projects
Pamela Foster, MD, MPH

Pamela Foster, MD, MPH

President

Howard Blalock, MA Counseling

Vice President

Gail Hinson, LCSW

Treasurer

Michael Johnson, MSW

Secretary

Hattie Gentry, MSN

Board Member

Rosetta Montcrief

Board Member

Gwen Lipscomb

Board Member

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