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New Film: Chelsea FC to promote feature film Equiano.Stories

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New film from Stelo Stories and the DuSable Museum shows origin story that starts with freedom, not slavery…

Chelsea FC announced today that it is partnering with award-winning film studio Stelo Stories and the DuSable Museum of African American History, the United States’ oldest independent museum of black history, to promote the new vertical film titled Equiano.Stories. You can watch the trailer below right now.Information Guide Nigeria

Set to premiere this Wednesday 16 February exclusively to followers of @Equiano.Stories on Instagram and promoted on Chelsea’s own Instagram page, the feature film brings to life the memoir of Olaudah Equiano, who was kidnapped and enslaved as a young boy in West Africa in 1756. He penned the memoir as a free man in London and was influential in bringing an end to the trading of enslaved people by England.

Chelsea FC will promote Equiano.Stories across its social media channels to tell the story of Olaudah’s life and his contribution to both West African and English history.

‘We are proud to partner with Stelo Stories and the DuSable Museum of African American History to tell the story of Olaudah Equiano,’ said Chelsea Chairman, Bruce Buck.

‘At Chelsea FC, we know that education is key in understanding our history. Learning from our past can empower us to stand up against hatred, racism and injustice in the world today. We are committed to using football as a tool to educate our audiences, harnessing the power of sport as a force for good.’

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Chelsea FC is asking fans to follow @Equiano.Stories to meet 11-year-old Equiano and watch his story unfold as he posts about 400 individual stories, totaling 80 minutes of content, over the first 48 hours of the film’s release. Just like today’s Instagram influencers, Equiano will share moments of his day — from a carefree boy in his village with his loving family and rich culture, to the fear and confusion of being kidnapped, up to the harrowing experience of life aboard a slave ship. Equiano.Stories is focused on Equiano’s childhood story to connect him with today’s youth.

‘Stelo Stories shares historical stories with our audiences by meeting them where they already are – on their phones and on social,’ said Stelo Stories co-founders, sisters Adi and Maya Kochavi. ‘The story starts with a vibrant young man who is not so unlike today’s youth – he loves dancing, running through his neighborhood and hanging out with his friends. Equiano.Stories paints a vivid portrait of a history that starts with freedom.’

Stelo Stories partnered with the DuSable Museum of African American History, a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate, to bring Equiano’s story to life.

‘Our collaboration with Stelo Stories on Equiano.Stories is important because it gives us a platform to remind the world that slavery is not our origin story as black people,’ said Perri Irmer, President and CEO of the DuSable Museum of African American History. ‘Equiano’s story speaks most eloquently and in a way that we believe will create a paradigm shift in how our history is presented, consumed and understood. This is exactly what the world needs right now: the truth, the whole truth, historically accurate and beautifully portrayed.’

Equiano.Stories follows Stelo’s groundbreaking release of Eva.Stories, the diary of a teenage Holocaust victim re-told through Instagram that captured 300 million views within 48 hours of its release. Equiano.Stories is the second film in a series from Stelo that takes the stories of young people who documented their lives during extreme moments in history and connects them with their 21st-century peers through social media.JAMB Result

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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