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    Where's My Inheritance?

    After 25 years of disconnection and miseducation of their roots, two Guyanese-Americans journey back to reclaim their identity to fulfill their rites of passage.

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    Where's My Inheritance?

    Directed by Jose Pena 2020 51 min
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    Director Jose Pena's newest documentary looks at colonization and it's harmful effects on the African Diaspora. The search for reclaiming the Black Identity follows the lives of two New Yorkers, who are of Guyanese descent. They will journey back to their homeland to try and uncover rites of passage gems left by their ancestors in order to fill in the missing pieces of ancestral legacy.
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    Where's My Inheritance?

    Director Jose Pena's newest documentary looks at colonization and it's harmful effects on the African Diaspora. The search for reclaiming the Black Identity follows the lives of two New Yorkers, who are of Guyanese descent. They will journey back to their homeland to try and uncover rites of passage gems left by their ancestors in order to fill in the missing pieces of ancestral legacy.

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