Charlotte "Mama C" O’Neal and the UAACC

United African Alliance Community Center Heal the Community Tour 2015

Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 | 2-4 pm Multicultural Community Center

Hearst Field Annex - D37, UC Berkeley

(Bancroft Way between Bowditch & Telegraph)

Program:
2 pm Film Screening of
Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush* 3 pm Presentation & Q&A

For more information: 510-642-6528 or mcc.community@berkeley.edu Wheelchair accessible. Please call ahead for special needs.

Charlotte Hill O’Neal, aka Mama C, is a vocalist, writer, poet and visual artist who has been performing professionally for more than twenty years

and exhibiting her art work extensively since 1986. Mama C was born in Kansas City, Kansas, but left the states at age 19 to live and work in Africa. She has lived in Tanzania since 1972. She is co-director of the United African Alliance Community Center (UAACC), which was founded by her husband Pete O’Neal and which provides classes in various subjects for the AruMeru Community outside of Arusha, Tanzania.

* Film directed and produced by Joanne Hershfield, Perennial Films, 2012.
Co-sponsors of the event: The Center for Race and Gender, African American Student Development Office, Student Learning Center, Department of Gender and Women’s Studies - Chau Hoi Shuen Foundation Fund