For The Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow In Alaska
Duration: 56:46 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: none)
Narrated by Peter Coyote, this documentary traces the Native Alaskan civil-rights movement. It profiles the remarkable people behind the victories for citizenship, voting rights and school desegregation, including Alberta Schenck Adams ("Alaska's Rosa Parks") and Elizabeth Peratrovich, a unassuming young woman whose compelling testimony helped sway the Alaska State Senate to pass the first civil-rights bill since the Civil War. Blending re-enactments, rare and newly discovered historic footage and photographs, and interviews with tribal elders, the film chronicles Alaska Natives' efforts to honor their heritage and leverage their future.
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