25th Anniversary of in the Land of Jim Crow Documentary Series – Jun 19
Posted by Mayor's Office of Public Engagement on June 15, 2021
In the Land of Jim Crow is a multiple award winning five-part documentary series that explores first-person narratives of discrimination and segregation that continue to inform the lives of African Americans.
Produced 25 years ago, the series still resonates during a time of racial reckoning around Black Lives Matter, legislative initiatives to disenfranchise Black voters, and social and economic disparities.
Directed by Mykola Kulish.
Written and Produced by Jovida Hill.
- Growing Up Segregated
- Fighting for Civil Rights
- Vietnam: The Dream Shot Down
- Using the Vote: Sharing Power
- Equality: Real Versus Ideal
Sponsored by the Philadelphia Commission for Women and presented by TD Bank, the event will be available via Virtual Facebook Live Stream.
Date and Time: Saturday, June 19, 2021, 1:30 PM
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