African Americans in Connecticut: Civil War to Civil Rights

  • 2000
  • TV Show
  • None

Ruby Dee narrates this history of Connecticut's African-American community from Reconstruction to the 1960s civil-rights movement. Included: archival film and photos, as well as interviews with scholars and activists. U.S. District Judge Constance Baker Motley, who once worked for Thurgood Marshall, is among those offering insights.

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  • Premiered: June 22, 2000
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  • Premise: Ruby Dee narrates this history of Connecticut's African-American community from Reconstruction to the 1960s civil-rights movement. Included: archival film and photos, as well as interviews with scholars and activists. U.S. District Judge Constance Baker Mo… (more)

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