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Brownsville Black and White (2000)

Brownsville Black and White is the story of sixty years of Black/Jewish relations in the Brooklyn Community of Brownsville. The film is a poignant examination of group cooperation, urban ... See full summary »

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Brownsville Black and White is the story of sixty years of Black/Jewish relations in the Brooklyn Community of Brownsville. The film is a poignant examination of group cooperation, urban change and social conflict as told through the personal histories of those who lived there. Brownsville is the first of two films dealing with inter-ethnic relations in the U.S., left unfinished after the untimely death of the director Richard Broadman. A small group of friends and colleagues completed the film after his death. Written by Laurann (Lento) Black <elypso@hotmail.com>

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