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(*Martin Luther Lord quote*) - "I have a dream." If you are at all interested in knowing about the American Civil Rights Movement as it clearly stood (on shaky ground) in the early 1960s, then this first-rate, PBS documentary named "The March" will certainly be worth your while to watch.Featuring plenty of perfect archival footage, along with interviews with those involved - "The March" carefully chronicles the happenings that inevitably led up to (what is considered to be) one of the best marches for racial equality in American history.It was on August 28, 1963 that over 200,000 folks (black & white) peacefully showed up in droves in Washington, DC (from many states) in order to be part of this powerfully moving, historical event.
Made on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington (itself held on the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation) - this one hour movie is a tremendously clever detailed and moving exploration of what led up to that march - the planning, the controversies, the personalities, the compromises, the politics, the passion - that culminated in Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech -- one of the rare pieces of oratory that helped change the very course of history. But while most of us know King's speech, and it's strong result on America, few, myself included know the history of how the march came together, and the many another heroes besides Lord - from popular leaders to easy office staffers - who gave so much to support create it happen. Director Akomfrah (a long under known and undervalued film-maker) does a terrific job combining archival footage (much of which was fresh to me), very nicely shot modern reminiscences of those who were there and part of making that day happen, and pretty photos that aren't so much 're-creations' as poetic capturings of the spirit of those folks and that moment (a tremendously striking shot of a seagull soaring gratis amidst the turrets of a modern town sticks in my mind). A unbelievable educational piece for younger folks who might not know about "The March" and it's impact, but with a nice deal to offer even those of us old enough to grow up with memories from that time. I didn't realize how much I didn't know, and that's one of the greatest things you can tell about any historical documentary.
This documentary is named The March it was released on 27 August 2013 and directed by John Akomfrah. John Akomfrah is a civil rights advocate and directs political movies dealing with racial identity and immigration. Because of his background, on the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington he made a detailed and fact based documentary on the March itself and the happenings leading up to it. The movie begins out by giving you an overview of what was going on in this time period and the segregation the black Americans faced. It features the names of folks who would go on to enjoy a key role in the March on Washington (such as Bayard Rustin) and the happenings that would lead up to one of the largest and most influential peaceful assemblies in American history. The movie then features the Kennedy administration and the pressure from black Americans to create something happen about segregation in America. The governor of Alabama refused to admit black students into the university of Alabama this forces Kennedy to take a stance on the situation. Kennedy makes a speech and proposes a bill to congress which would go on to become the civil rights act of 1964. After a lot of preparation work and announcements/advertisements, the day of the march comes and around 250,000 folks present up to peacefully protest and listen to Martin Luther King. After the popular I have a dream speech and the march ended the leaders of the movement went to the white house and met with Kennedy. One year soon the bill Kennedy proposed was passed and became the civil rights act of 1964, the march had accomplished its goal. The significance of this remains in the fact that this happening changed the course of history and politics all because these folks had the freedom to assemble and they came together with presidential help and relevance of celebrities to create their mission known. This movement just shows the power that the right to peaceful assembly holds and the change that it can make. When you have so many organizations coming together for one cause, and they are able to craft a protest as huge as this one, change will be made. The black civil rights movement was able to rise up gaining the help of the president and help of hundreds of thousands and channel that into one peaceful march that would change the lives of millions. Overall this documentary is one of the greatest on this subject. It is feature oriented, fact based and well produced. It really gives you a sense of what was going on in that time and what it was like to witness the march as it happened. This movie is an essential part of understands or researching the march on Washington and the significance it's had on American history.
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