Delve deep into the boldest civil rights movement you've never heard of in this riveting, award-winning film.
Faubourg Treme is arguably the oldest black neighborhood in America, the birthplace of the Civil Rights movement in the South and the home of jazz. Every frame in this critically-acclaimed documentary is a tribute to what African American communities have contributed even under the most hostile of conditions. Executive produced by Wynton Marsalis and Stanley Nelson, with commentary from John Hope Franklin and Eric Foner, this film challenges viewers to think historically and critically about the links between race, class, conflict, and cultural expression in our modern communities.
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