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Mighty Times: The Children's March (2004)

| Documentary, Short
The children of Baltimore, Maryland take to the streets for civil rights in 1963.

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Robert Houston
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Credited cast:
Dominiqua Alexis ... Interviewed Protestor (as Dominiqua Lint)
Rico E. Anderson ... D.J. Shelley "The Playboy" Stewart
Josh Evans ... Police Interrogator / Firefighter
Sir Fappington Sir Fappington ... Black child
Kali Hawk ... Lenore, Protestor on the news
Jessica Joy ... Townsperson (as Jessica Joy Kemock)
Stephen Keber ... Bull Connor
Chris Moir ... White Supremacist
Tony Otto ... Birmingham Police Officer
Jeremy Allen Rodriguez ... Joe (as Jeremy Rodriguez)
Rick Sharp ... Jail Interrogator reenactment
John Anthony Williams John Anthony Williams ... Papa
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The children of Baltimore, Maryland take to the streets for civil rights in 1963.

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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This was a really good and educational movie. it was really moving
2 March 2006 | by VivalaloveSee all my reviews

i was surprised at the things that went on in this movie. i watched it with my class and it really gave me a great insight to what really did go on in Birmingham, Alabama 1963. i would recommend it to anyone who is looking to learn about the civil rights movement, or just wants to watch a great movie that is really touching. The things that it shows in the movie are a little graphic at times, and show pictures of people being attacked by animals, but nothing to horrible. Normally movies i watch in school bore me, but this particular movie did not bore me at all, and my attention was kept at all times. In addition to being interesting, it had a lot of great facts that i eventually based a report on later in the year. The Children's March has information from primary source documents, and interview of people who lived in Birmingham, Alabama during the time that all this was happening. All of this added together comes together to make a movie all about how the African American children did things that the parents couldn't do.


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