This one-hour film explores the Depression Era Civilian Conservation Corps ideals, what it accomplished, and the lasting effect on the people and the land of Alabama. The journey of one young boy from rural Talladega County and his time in the CCC from 1939-1941 is a parallel story in the film.
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This film explores the fascinating archival evidence of indigenous peoples, the pivotal Creek War of the early 1800s with its controversial leaders; and the Indian culture & traditions that connect to all Alabamians.
Direct Action is a film that explores a pivotal story beyond the headlines during the civil rights turmoil that gripped Birmingham, Alabama between the years 1961-63. Local and national black activists rallied thousands of citizens in protests and boycotts against segregation while the shocked world looked on.
Mimi Rosenbaum tells the story of her and her husband hiring famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 to build a home in Florence, Alabama.