Fiche Film
Cinéma/TV
LONG Métrage | 1979
Wilmington 10- USA 10,000
Pays concerné : Éthiopie
Durée : 120 minutes
Genre : politique
Type : documentaire

Français

This documentary is highly acclaimed for its timeless treatment of a case of the unjust imprisonment of nine young African-American men and a White woman who were among may in Wilmington, North Carolina who dared to speak out against political and racial injustice. Along with the participation of the « Ten themselves during their incarceration are the families, community members and other incarcerated political prisoners such as Assata Shakur. Together they draw a picture of prolonged struggle in the Black community of which the Wilmington 10 are only a contemporary component.

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English

This documentary is highly acclaimed for its timeless treatment of a case of the unjust imprisonment of nine young African-American men and a White woman who were among may in Wilmington, North Carolina who dared to speak out against political and racial injustice. Along with the participation of the « Ten themselves during their incarceration are the families, community members and other incarcerated political prisoners such as Assata Shakur. Together they draw a picture of prolonged struggle in the Black community of which the Wilmington 10 are only a contemporary component.


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