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ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson offers up a compelling and clear-eyed chronicle of anti-Black sentiment in the U.S., from the era of slavery to a still-contentious present. Interspersed with his Juneteenth 2018 lecture at New York's Town Hall is footage of Robinson's travels through the South-engaging with Charlotte protesters over a Confederate monument's removal, visiting the site of MLK's assassination in Memphis, speaking with Tulsa Massacre survivors-to provide dialogue that remains necessary. 117 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson offers up a compelling and clear-eyed chronicle of anti-Black sentiment in the U.S., from the era of slavery to a still-contentious present. Interspersed with his Juneteenth 2018 lecture at New York's Town Hall is footage of Robinson's travels through the South-engaging with Charlotte protesters over a Confederate monument's removal, visiting the site of MLK's assassination in Memphis, speaking with Tulsa Massacre survivors-to provide dialogue that remains necessary. 117 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
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ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson offers up a compelling and clear-eyed chronicle of anti-Black sentiment in the U.S., from the era of slavery to a still-contentious present. Interspersed with his Juneteenth 2018 lecture at New York's Town Hall is footage of Robinson's travels through the South-engaging with Charlotte protesters over a Confederate monument's removal, visiting the site of MLK's assassination in Memphis, speaking with Tulsa Massacre survivors-to provide dialogue that remains necessary. 117 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
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