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Civil Rights & Social Justice

Moving Midway

In Moving Midway, award-winning Southern film critic Godfrey Cheshire uses the relocation of his family’s North Carolina plantation as an occasion to examine the Southern plantation

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Spies of Mississippi

Spring of 1964 and the civil rights community is gearing up for a major operation nicknamed Mississippi Freedom Summer. Hundreds, if not thousands, of mostly-white

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Juana Luz Tobar Ortega came to the United States 24 years ago as an asylum seeker from Guatemala. For the last 6 years living in

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Saint Cloud Hill

In a hidden urban encampment on Saint Cloud Hill, a self-governed tent community unravels amidst the city’s threats of eviction and the impending destruction of

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Origin of the Dream

Langston Hughes and Martin Luther King, Jr. met at the crossroads of dreams shared and yet unfulfilled. The recent unveiling of the earliest known recording

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