The hidden, epic story of sexual violence in the Jim Crow South, when courageous black women fight to take back their bodies and their dignity. Recy Taylor, gang raped in 1944 speaks up when danger is greatest, powering the coming Civil Rights Movement. See more »
I saw this documentary here in Sweden and feel with all my heart about the story of Recy Taylor and also of her family. I just wish it could be devoted to this woman who suffered injustice for her whole life. My sincere love goes out to her and the family and the courage they show to tell their story.
I would have given this a 10 if it wasn't twisted to a sort of LGBTQ tone and actually taken away the respect for the people involved.
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