The 1960s black student movement at Duke University evolved into a separate institution to study and engage with the history and culture of the African diaspora. This film was produced for the National Educational Television (WNET) Black Journal.
The other films shown within The Color Line: African American Agency in Cultural Representation
Tribute to Malcolm XMadeline Anderson 15′
A commemoration of the four-year anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X.
To Be FreeAdepero Oduye 13′
In a tiny after-hours club, Nina Simone finds a way, for one moment, to be free.
Didn't We Ramble OnBilly Jackson 14′
Documentary about the tradition of marching bands in African-American culture.
When the Lionfish CameTamika Galanis 6′
A view on the preservation of Bahamian culture and native marine life.
- St. Clair Bourne
- William Greaves
- Production Company
- National Education Television (WNET) Black Journal
- National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC)