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Within two years, the weight of maintaining the family took its toll on Niomi and she left home suffering from depression which led to substance abuse.
However, contrary to expectation, she found the strength to pursue her education and left school three years later with a place secured at Sussex University.
It will probably be repeated during future Black History months but it is not a great documentary because it doesn't explore, question or challenge.
The legend is embraced and anything negative is rejected, undermining it totally and leaving me glad I knew a bit more about the Maroons but dissatisfied with how it had been done.
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As such then it does a good job of presenting the history of the Maroons and slavery in a broad sweep which will achieve the aim of increasing awareness of black history amongst black British children.
This is all very worthy and indeed it was a good alternative film sitting amongst so many other slavery films shown to mark the 200th anniversary of Parliament abolishing the slave trade act; although it does cover similar ground as the better The Last Slave did with the same museum visited and the same plantation owner challenged.
Overall then a worthy attempt at raising awareness amongst the target audience which I can only assume is a young audience.The legend of Nanny of the Maroons lives on to this day although comparatively few people know her or the history of how the Maroons defeated the British in Jamaica to overthrown their rule of slavery.So perhaps it is a worthy film that sends Niomi Mac Lean-Daley (better known as Ms Dynamite) to Jamaica to find out more about who Nanny was and the history of the Maroons.This was shown in primetime on BBC2 but really the approach is a bit more suited to being on during the morning as part of school's programming.If saying this sounds like a criticism then I can only say that it is only a minor one because the film does come over as being aimed at younger people whether it is the style, the presence of Ms Dynamite or the inclusion of so much music.
Dynamite provided through her music positive messages of empowerment, self-respect and elevation.