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Children of the Struggle

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A short film based on real events that took place during the Civil Rights struggle. When white attorney John Glass receives a letter from a dying African-American gentleman in Alabama, he starts on a journey to discover the truth about this mysterious man's connection to his deceased mother. John's search takes him back to 1964's Freedom Summer and the truth of who his mother was and why she died.

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