Magnolia Thunderpussy

This film is an emotional march from past to present combining rarely seen news footage from 1964 with present day testimony to tell the true story of troubled times in the historic tourist town of St. Augustine, Florida. Witness African-Americans and their allies in the white community who put their lives on the line to force the President of the United States to sign the first civil rights act. This film takes a look at the aftermath of desegregation and the challenges that it presents to all Americans. In the end we see signs of hope and reconciliation and we are challenged to take the next step forward.
This film is an emotional march from past to present combining rarely seen news footage from 1964 with present day testimony to tell the true story of troubled times in the historic tourist town of St. Augustine, Florida. Witness African-Americans and their allies in the white community who put their lives on the line to force the President of the United States to sign the first civil rights act. This film takes a look at the aftermath of desegregation and the challenges that it presents to all Americans. In the end we see signs of hope and reconciliation and we are challenged to take the next step forward.
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Dare Not Walk Alone - Dare Not Walk Alone

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Format: DVD
Label: IDCN
Catalog: 612
Rel. Date: 11/11/2008
UPC: 825284200652

Dare Not Walk Alone
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Format: DVD
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This film is an emotional march from past to present combining rarely seen news footage from 1964 with present day testimony to tell the true story of troubled times in the historic tourist town of St. Augustine, Florida. Witness African-Americans and their allies in the white community who put their lives on the line to force the President of the United States to sign the first civil rights act. This film takes a look at the aftermath of desegregation and the challenges that it presents to all Americans. In the end we see signs of hope and reconciliation and we are challenged to take the next step forward.
        
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