Cultural Documentary ‘Bigger Than Africa’ To Stream On Netflix; Premiere Date Revealed

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Bigger Than Africa will expose international audiences to the historical influence of Yoruba culture and how it has transcended across continents and connected the Black diaspora.

Toyin Ibrahim Adekeye, the director says, “I hope it becomes a unifying documentary for all people of African descent irrespective of their countries. It’s a film that uniquely tells the stories of our commonalities rather than our differences.”

Bigger Than Africa dives in to how the Yoruba culture of West Africa survived and transcended slavery beyond imagination to remain alive till this day in the New World. It’s a piece that takes you on a journey of 6 countries: Brazil, the United States, Cuba, Nigeria, Trinidad & Tobago, and the Republic of Benin.

Bigger Than Africa will expose international audiences to the historical influence of Yoruba culture and how it has transcended across continents and connected the Black diaspora.

Toyin Ibrahim Adekeye, the director says, “I hope it becomes a unifying documentary for all people of African descent irrespective of their countries. It’s a film that uniquely tells the stories of our commonalities rather than our differences.”

Bigger Than Africa dives in to how the Yoruba culture of West Africa survived and transcended slavery beyond imagination to remain alive till this day in the New World. It’s a piece that takes you on a journey of 6 countries: Brazil, the United States, Cuba, Nigeria, Trinidad & Tobago, and the Republic of Benin.

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