DVD1987 58 Minutes
Fasia, a black woman singing blues against nuclear bombs.
The story of remarkable black woman, Fasia, who grew up in Hamburg during the war, forced to work in the kitchen of a concentration camp. She is a gifted blues singer, and for 40 years has been singing songs against nuclear bombs, against oppression, and for women's rights. The film shows a visit to England, where she sang with striking miners' wives, a meeting with a committee of mothers in El Salvador, working women in West Germany, women in the United Nations and Women for Peace outside missile depots.
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