Synopsis: "Tubabs" is a nickname for foreigners, especially white ones, in the West African country of Gambia. In this documentary filmed by Mary Flannery, a group of college students from St. Mary's College of Maryland travel to Gambia as part of an anthropology course. Throughout their time in the river-country , they experience a world radically different from their own. Interactions with the local populace, daily chores, and the individual projects the students conduct all help them learn what exactly it means to be a "tubab".
Runtime: 56 minutes