TLMEP: Black artists have paved the way to integration
The director of the documentary Une fois c't'un noir, Frédéric Pierre, and the actor, Normand Braithwaite, at the Everybody talks about it on Sunday evening.
The presence of black artists on the screens allows a better integration of people from these communities explained the director of the documentary Une fois c't'un noir, Frédéric Pierre, and the actor , Normand Braithwaite, on the program Tout le monde en parle Sunday evening.
Frédéric Pierre's documentary, Une fois c't'un noir, presents the journey of seven black comedians in Quebec. Normand Brathwaite, Boucar Diouf, Garihanna Jean-Louis, Anthony Kavanagh, Eddy King, Michel Mpambara and Erich Preach are the participants.
— Tout le monde en parle (@OFF_TLMEP) February 21, 2022
The documentary Once It's Black is available on the Crave platform.