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Pharaoh's Army

by Robby Henson

A long-kept secret about the burial of a murdered Union soldier.

A Place of Our Own

by Stanley Nelson

Each summer, affluent and successful African Americans like filmmaker Stanley Nelson return to Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, an upper middle class resort community that has historically provided an oasis for black professionals.

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Revolution '67

by Bongiorno Productions Inc.

Revolution '67 returns to Newark, New Jersey in the summer of 1967 to reveal the untold story of what happened during the Newark rebellion.

POV

Stolen

by Rebecca Dreyfus

In 1990, two thieves dressed as police officers gained entrance to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, successfully executing the largest art heist in modern history.

Independent Lens

Struggles in Steel: A Story of African-American Steelworkers

by Anthony Buba and Raymond Henderson

An examination of the 100-year struggle of African American steelworkers for equal rights in the mills.

Taking the Heat: The First Women Fire Fighters of New York City

by Bann Roy

When the New York City Fire Department tried to push women out of firefighting, Brenda Berkman pushed back. Her story, and those of other pioneer female firefighters, reveals the price these women paid to break the department’s gender barrier.

Independent Lens, True Stories

We Still Live Here - Âs Nutayuneân

by Anne Makepeace

The Wampanoag nation of southeastern Massachusetts revives their native tongue, a language that was silenced for more than 100 years.

Independent Lens, Women and Girls Lead

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