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An independent documentary about college freshmen women in the Class of 1964 at Spelman College who participated in the largest coordinated series of civil rights protests in Atlanta's history. The Spelman alumnas discuss the hardships they faced as they fought to have their voices heard during a time of segregation.
Who was Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. beyond Atlanta's first African-American mayor? Find out, from those who worked closest with him before and after his three terms as a groundbreaking leader whose legacy reaches far beyond Atlanta and far beyond his lifetime. Based on interviews conducted by Shirley Franklin, Atlanta's first female mayor, you'll hear anecdotes and stories that reveal Jackson's unique character, and dispel the myths that often surrounded him, to showcase the passion he had for the city he led.
Judge Thelton Henderson was the first African American staff attorney for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. Years later, he was appointed to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California by
President Jimmy Carter. Over the course of 37 years on the bench, he presided over numerous high-profile cases, appointed a receiver to oversee the health care services of California’s prison system, and worked to reform the Oakland
Police Department through a consent decree. At Stanford University Law School, he designed and ran a successful minority recruitment program. About six weeks before the judge stepped down, he was interviewed by Lowell Bergman, the
distinguished investigative reporter who has known the judge for many years. Bergman, a producer for "60 Minutes,” teaches at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley. In this interview, Judge Henderson
reflects on his life, including his abrupt firing from the Justice Department stemming from an encounter with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
World-renowned anthropologist and Islamic scholar Ambassador Akbar Ahmed explores the history and impact of Islam in Europe. This film crosses the European continent from the United Kingdom to Bosnia, hearing from some of its most
prominent figures and everyday people as we Journey into Europe.
“The Dinner Architect” is a "you are there" culinary adventure that chronicles the engaging, fun, warm, adorable Chef Juan Montier, and his wife and business partner, Judith Montier, as they create a one night pop up dinner. With the flavor
of a documentary, "The Dinner Architect" provides an immersive "edutainment" journey taking viewers behind the scenes and allowing them to experience firsthand the fun and the challenge of pulling together the event, from conception
to implementation. Throughout the show, Chef Juan shares his food philosophy, as well as his culinary and artistic talents. view as he provides viewers with food and décor tips the home cook can easily implement.
John Cressler, PhD, one of Georgia Tech's most highly decorated professors, discusses why the dialogue between science and religion is capable of producing the most complete and satisfying path forward in humanity’s quest for truth. In
this Special Presentation, held before a standing-room-only audience on the Georgia Tech campus, Dr. Cressler reflects on the marvels of modern science (cosmology, biology, quantum theory) and what those discoveries mean for religion
and the future of humanity.