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A Time to Be Remembered (A Juneteenth Story) (1997)

A Time to be Remembered is a documentary film about slavery in America and the people and events that led to slavery's abolition. Included in the film is the history of famous real people ... See full summary »

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Carry Farley ...
Anne
Mary Galde ...
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Gail Fisher ...
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Etha Gray ...
Anne Ruth
Joe Atych ...
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John Lawrence ...
Hollis
Matt Mtthew ...
Mos Edwards
Rich Shapir ...
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Steve Heath ...
Jesse James
Hank Gray ...
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Terry Ogilvie ...
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Andrew Smith ...
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A Time to be Remembered is a documentary film about slavery in America and the people and events that led to slavery's abolition. Included in the film is the history of famous real people and events involved in the anti slavery movement; like Harriet Tubman, Abraham Lincoln, the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, Dred Scott, and the song "Amazing Grace" which was written by John Newton, a former slave ship captain turned minister. Written by Mark Stein

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A Time To Be Remembered (A Juneteenth Story) won the First Place Documentary Award from the Black American Cinema Society in 1997. See more »

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