Synopsis All too often, the (hi)story of women is reduced to a footnote in the epic of brave men. In Africa, that footnote simply disappears when a woman has not been able to conceive or bear a child. Remembering Nokutela (uKukhumbula uNokutela in Zulu) is the 4-year long journey of Mali-born film director, Professor Chérif Keita of Carleton College, to rescue Nokutela Dube(1873-1917), a forgotten woman pioneer of the liberation movement in South Africa, from the Purgatory of history, almost a century after her death at the age of 44. Woven into this deeply emotional and eerily serendipitous journey are the little-known connections between the director's hometown of Northfield(rural Minnesota) and the birth of an important pro-democracy and social justice movement, the African National Congress, in Inanda(KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa), in the early 20th century. English and Zulu, 55 minutes, directed by Chérif Keita and edited by Dominic Fucci, 2013. Suitable for all audiences.