The Price of Memory: A case for reparations for slavery PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 10:46

Film producer Karen Marks Mafundikwa of Jamaica has brought the case of reparation for slavery to life, that is through film. 

Marks Mafundikwa took a decade to make this 100 percent Jamaican film a reality. Time she needed to allow the many layers of this broad picture about slavery in Jamaica to reveal themselves thoroughly. 

“It took ten years because the story was evolving, I was doing research, there were money challenges, I was moving between New York and Jamaica to do shoot. I had to go to England to research… it was a lot of work.” 

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