Racism Films


A documentary that argues that although slavery was ostensibly abolished in 1865, the thirteenth amendment legally embedded and allowed a pernicious form...
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An Outrage

One of numerous films from the Southern Poverty Law Center, this 33 minute documentary focuses on the phenomenon of lynching in this...
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Come, Walk in My Shoes

The Honorable John R. Lewis, a key figure in the civil rights movement, leads congressional colleagues on an emotional pilgrimage to Alabama...
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Good Business

The story of a couple in South Africa who ignored the laws of apartheid to grow an ethical business building their company based...
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I Am Not Your Negro

This academy award nominated documentary uses the notes of the late writer James Baldwin, on the lives and assassinations of Medgar Evers,...
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Paper Clips

Story of a middle school in a rural Tennessee town that sets out to do an extraordinary experiment in Holocaust education by...
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Slavery By Another Name

This PBS documentary challenges the country’s assumption that slavery ended with Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 and recounts how in the...
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Systemic Racism Explained

A short animation from Act.TV, that touches on structural racism factors such as the historical consequences of slavery & the “Jim Crow”...
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The Giants Wore White Gloves

Tells the story of the women of Little Rock and their accomplishments during the Little Rock Desegregation Crisis.  Read more.  

The House I Live In

Provides stories from individuals at all levels of America’s “War on Drugs,” and offers a look inside of America’s longest war and...
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