Place: A Mississippi Story
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In Theaters: Apr 27, 2012 Limited
Unrated, 1 hr. 30 min.
Documentary, Television, Special Interest
Directed By: Raymond De Felitta
On DVD: Nov 6, 2012
Studio: Tribeca Film
From Tribeca Film. Academy Award nominated filmmaker explores life in 1960's Mississippi and the momentous impact of "Booker" Wright, a black man who voiced opinions on race relations on network TV, and the subsequent ensuing fallout.
Democracynow's coverage of the film "Booker's Place" Tells Story of Black Mississippi Waiter Who Lost Life By Speaking Out (Starts at at the 2:00 minute mark)
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