“The forgotten” man’s story who organized the March on Washington & taught MLK nonviolence is told in photos, archival footage & interviews.
This documentary is great preparation for the dramatic film Rustin that I wrote about a couple of weeks ago. Until that dramatic feature film comes out on Nov. 3 in select theaters and then on Netflix Nov. 17, this exciting documentary about Bayard Rustin, often called the Civil Rights Movement’s “Forgotten Man” will whet …
The murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in MS in 1955 sparks outrage leading to the C-R Movement, thanks to his determined mother Mamie.
How Rita Moreno overcame sexual abuse & stereotyped casting & became a role model for other Latina women in Stage & Screen,
Drawing on his own experience Steve McQueen tells the story of a Black boy victimized by the British racist educational system designed to weed out minority students.
The life of teacher/preacher Howard Thurman is explored, with emphasis upon his influence on MLK, Jr. & other Civil Rights activists.
The true story how Diana Cavendish was able to help her polio victim husband live & achieve a measure of mobility, the 2 becoming advocates for the handicapped.
This inspiring film about Nobel Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai, opens across US on October 2. (5 stars) Click the image to read my entire review.