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Umoja: Tiger and the big wind

Author: Carol Munday Lawrence; Nguzo Saba Films.
Publisher: Norwood, MA : Beacon, 1970.
Series: (Nguzo Saba)
Edition/Format:   Film : Film : Juvenile audience   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The title of this Black folktale is an African word which means unity. The animals work together with a rabbit to trap a tiger who will not share his water and pear tree. In a chanting style, William J. Faulkner retells the story which he learned in childhood. Odetta sings at the beginning and the end of the film.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Munday Lawrence; Nguzo Saba Films.
OCLC Number: 317391199
Notes: CREDITS: Producer, director, Carol Munday Lawrence; narrator, William Faulkner; song performed by Odetta.
SUMMARY: The title of this Black folktale is an African word which means unity. The animals work together with a rabbit to trap a tiger who will not share his water and pear tree. In a chanting style, William Faulkner retells the story which he learned in childhood. Odetta sings at the beginning and the end of the film.
Description: 1 film reel (8 min.) : sd. col. ; 16 mm.
Series Title: (Nguzo Saba)
Responsibility: Carol Munday Lawrence.

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The title of this Black folktale is an African word which means unity. The animals work together with a rabbit to trap a tiger who will not share his water and pear tree. In a chanting style, William J. Faulkner retells the story which he learned in childhood. Odetta sings at the beginning and the end of the film.

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