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Dare Not Walk Alone (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 22 August 2008 (USA)
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To a soundtrack the mixes gospel with hip-hop, this film tells the story of the heroic but often overlooked protests by black and white civil rights supporters in 1964 in Saint Augustine, ... See full summary »

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Jeremy Dean
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To a soundtrack the mixes gospel with hip-hop, this film tells the story of the heroic but often overlooked protests by black and white civil rights supporters in 1964 in Saint Augustine, Florida, and the inequalities that persist to this day in the local African American community. Written by Stephen Cobb

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hip hop | civil rights | equality | See All (3) »

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The greatest civil rights story never told

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Documentary

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 August 2008 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$120,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$9,259, 27 April 2008, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$52,052, 16 November 2008
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DNWA Productions See more »
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Runtime:

(Director's Expanded Edit)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Andrew Young Presents: Crossing in St. Augustine (2010) See more »

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Another White man telling A Black mans story
24 April 2008 | by ocaciaSee all my reviews

A group of whites get together and cash in on a story which, had an African American done it, we wouldn't even be here discussing it. Because it would never be funded to have a polish website or a polished distributor. All the festivals rush to accept it yet these festivals are known for rejecting African films like 500 Years Later and Sankofa.

this film is a cinematic cop-out where an alternative story is told over a pile of stock footage. It is part of the cash in on Black culture season. Where African-Americans stories are for the profit of those who have a history of oppression. So the final conclusion is Africans are incapable of voicing their own stories and have to watch their history sold back to them in a distorted form.


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