Abbeville: Lynching in America
Under 10 Minutes • 7m 22s
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The extraordinary journey of a family overcoming a century of silence to expose the truth. Produced with the Equal Justice initiative, this is a film about the importance of commemorating, remembering and disrupting history. As Bryan Stevenson states, we won’t be able to move forward until we acknowledge our history and address it.
Director: Juan Mejia
Producer: Juan Yepes
2017 | 7 min
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