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Haitian filmmaker honored at John Brown Farm

Ren Davidson Seward, left, and Raoul Peck talk at the Memorial Field for Black Lives at the John Brown Farm on Sunday, at an event honoring Raoul Peck’s filmmaking career documenting life in his home country of Haiti and the lives of social activists. Davidson Seward designed the memorial field and “Dreaming of Timbuctoo” exhibition at the farm. (Enterprise photo — Lauren Yates)
Bear Fox (left), of the Akwesasne Women Singers, plays a water song at the Memorial Field for Black Lives at the John Brown Farm on Sunday as Ren Davidson Seward, who created the memorial, looks on. (Enterprise photo — Lauren Yates)
Martha Swan (left), executive director and founder of John Brown Lives!, gives Raoul Peck (right) a special gift at the John Brown Farm on Sunday. (Enterprise photo — Lauren Yates)

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