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Dare Not Walk Alone

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Cast: Martin Luther King, James Brock, Ambassador Andrew Young, Errol Jones, Cristoff, Lyndon Johnson

Director(s): Jeremy Dean


Year: 2006

Rating: Pending

This film tells the story of the heroic but often overlooked protests by black and white civil rights supporters in 1964 in Saint Augustine, Florida, and the inequalities that persist to this day in the local African.

St. Augustine, Florida is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and gets an enormous amount of tourists a year but not many know what happened there in 1964. The town was put on the world's map for it's racial segregation and how it discriminated against blacks, and dehumanized whites. This was a major turning point in U.S. history and it paved way for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The city and country has come along way since that time but there's more that can be done and thanks to Director Jeremy Dean and his crew for shedding some light on what happened back then and what still needs to be done so all people can be treated equally. At times a heartbreaking look at history but never the less a powerful and moving documentary that will not only shock but also inspire. The film will open in theaters across the country in March so be sure to keep your eyes opened and go see this amazing film. Released by Indican Pictures. ***** Out Of *****