A thoughtful reading of the American political reality outside of the 1968 student demonstrations in Chicago follows the footsteps of Black Panther Bobby Lee, as he attempts to find a common cause with the poor Appalachian white community living in the city. Despite their seeming differences, the groups find shared experiences – police violence, poverty, lack of employment – and insinuate a cruel hope for the birth of a cross-racial and interethnic political movement.
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- Direction: Howard Alk
- Cinematography: Mike Gray, Howard Alk
- Editing: Howard Alk, Jones Cullinan, John Mason, Chuck Olin
- Production: The Film Group
- Producer/Producers: Mike Gray, William R. Cottle
- Production Execution: Jim Dennett
- Format: ProRes 422HD
- Color: B&W
- Production Country: USA
- Production Year: 1969
- Duration: 76'
- World Sales: Chicago Film Archives, email@example.com