The stories illustrate the complexity of the cultural, political, religious, and economic factors that influenced the civil rights struggle—and the moral commitment that empowered those who stood up for justice to work together to create positive change.
A film about the hard-fought battle to expand voting rights to all people in Alabama in the 1960s—sacrifices made, lives lost, and the need to continue the fight.
A film about the foundations of racism in Alabama, from the slave trade and the proliferation of slavery through the Civil War; Reconstruction; the violent backlash against emancipation; and the re-enslavement of African Americans through the convict leasing system.
the magic city
A film about Birmingham’s industrial origins, the corporate “Big Mules” who controlled the city for decades, the segregation of Black and white workers, and the evolution of organized labor and unions through the 1940s and 1950s.
growing up separate
A film about growing up in Alabama during segregation—stories of race as seen through the eyes of children, Black and white, who lived in Alabama during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.
the realities of racism
A film about the brutal realities of racism in Alabama during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s—memories and reflections of people, Black and white, who lived through that time.
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A film about the fight for racial justice in Birmingham during the 1960s—the mass meetings, the downtown boycotts, the Children’s Crusade, and the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church, with special focus on Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and other Birmingham leaders and facilitators.
Release Date TBA
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