DVD - Region free.   viewing copy.   1 videodisc of 1.
Newly preserved and available together for the first time, these three films by Madeline Anderson bring viewers to the front lines of the fight for civil rights.
Supplemental materials include: an oral history interview with Madeline Anderson; “Celebrate Moe!” a featurette on Moe Foner, the union leader who commissioned I AM SOMEBODY; and a 28-page booklet featuring an interview with Anderson by Rhea L. Combs, PhD.
Female Directors, African - American Interest, Documentary
With a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., protest songs sung by Maya Angelou, and footage by Albert Maysles and Ricky Leacock, INTEGRATION REPORT 1 examines the struggle for black equality in Montegomery, Alabama; Brooklyn, New York; and Washington, D.C.
Documentary, African - American Interest, Female Directors
In 1969, 400 black female hospital workers in Charleston, South Carolina went on strike - only to be confronted by the National Guard. Commissioned by the New York’s Drug and Hospital Union, Local 1199, I AM SOMEBODY features Andrew Young, Charles Abernathy, and Coretta Scott King.