A mixed-race boy in post-war Austria living with his prejudiced grandparents wants to join the Vienna Boys’ Choir to find his GI father who is unaware of his existence.
This article appeared in the CHRISTIAN CENTURY on March 27, 1974. I recently wrote about Henry Fonda quoting from it for “The Best of All in the Family,” which celebrated the 100th episode of the series. This is included in the DVD set of the Fifth Season of All in the Family, on disk 2, …
The violent past of the Master Gardener haunts him when the owner tasks him with taking on her troubled bi-racial niece as an apprentice.
A survey of the life of Black anthropologist,novelist, & filmmaker Zora Neale Hurston, a leading writer of the Harlem Renaissance, considered by some to be one of the most important women of the 20th century.
An ordinary white man and a mixed blood woman’s marriage leads to the Supreme Court case that struck down Virginia’s miscegenation law.
The story of the friendship between the Navy’s 1st Black pilot & a white flyer during the Korean War.
(The four films reviewed in the April 1997 issue are Secrets & Lies; Marvin’s Room; Sling Blade; and Rosewood.) “It isn’t good for the man to live alone,” the author of the second Genesis creation story has God declare. And so he relates the story of the creation of the woman, the two forming a …
This harrowing true story based on a racist massacre of Blacks manages to inspire hope due to the efforts of a few courageous Blacks, and even some whites, to help victims.
Mentally disturbed Hilary & the younger Black Stephen who work at a British movie palace have a brief affair amidst the racism of the 1980s.
A dying mother prays that her son will return to the church, and the son needs to seek forgiveness from a Black man he had failed when they were childhood friends.