The story of Dr. Luther King and the many brave men & women who engaged in the Montgomery Bus Boycott is told in great detail.
The story of England’s Suffragette Movement is told through the eyes of an ordinary woman who pays a heavy price for joining up, due to her hostile husband.
The story of CR leader turned US Congressman John lewis, from his sharecropping days through Sit-ins & Freedom Rides to his beating at Selma & years as the “Conscience of Congress.”
To read my review of this film version of Barack Obama’s early life, click on the film title.
The life & times of Catholic activist Dorothy Day, from her suffragette days through her work with Peter Maurin in starting the Catholic Workers movement through the Vietnam protests.
I am highlighting seven films that recall Dr. King’s struggles and his vision in the civil rights movement. Click this headline to read my entire column.
Spike Lee’s classic Do the Right Thing was released 30 years ago but seems as relevant today. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
Our new week of Lenten reflections on faith and film is ready now. Click on the title of this week’s collection to read all seven reflections.
Our new week of Lenten reflections on faith and film focus on stories about mothers. Click on the title of this week’s collection to read all seven reflections.
The life of teacher/preacher Howard Thurman is explored, with emphasis upon his influence on MLK, Jr. & other Civil Rights activists.