In 1964's Freedom Summer, a white housewife from Chicago was killed fighting for Civil Rights, leaving behind a young son. This is the story of his journey, as a man, to find out who his mother was and why she died.
When you toss a pebble in the water. . .its ripple goes on forever.
Did You Know?
The words young Vernon Lee speaks to Maggie Glass just before they enter the Half-Moon Café were inspired by a passage from the autobiography of Dick Gregory
, who plays the older Vernon Lee. See more
Friendship and love. Hatred. Courage. Fear. Honesty and truth. Forgiveness. You make a million choices in life. Each one causes a ripple.
WAITING FOR MY KINGDOM TO COME
Written by Joseph Bructo and Dennis Casey
Sung by Karina Nuvo
Piano by Kenny O'Brien
Produced by Alan Marino
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