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Apr 12, 2018
WALLS THAT BLEED: THE STORY OF THE DUDLEY/A&T UPRISING is a documentary film that chronicles a lesser-known chapter of the civil rights movement in Greensboro, North Carolina in the 1960s.
While Greensboro, North Carolina is known for the non-violent sit-ins at segregated drug store counters in 1960, those demonstrations also led to one of the most successful student-led uprisings.
What started as a protest over a simple student council election at James B. Dudley High School in 1969 quickly erupted into a three-day gun battle on the campus of the historically black North Carolina A&T State University, with the local African-American community defending itself against local andView more
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Following the screening, Docs In Progress Program Manager Andrea Passafiume will lead a Q&A with director Michael Anthony. This free event is presented by the City of Takoma Park’s “We Are Takoma” arts and culture series, in partnership with Docs in Progress.
7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912