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Identity Checks Mixtape
Filmmaker Andrew Ahn cast his own family in this short about a gay Korean man attending his nephew’s first birthday party.
An Italian slur for African Americans gets transposed to a whole other community.
These C*cksucking Tears
In 1973, a new album from a band called Lavender Country came out. In more ways than one.
Blue Line 974.62
A stolen car and an indifferent police force make for an everyday injustice.
Red Lines 975.27
The story of the Maryland woman featured in one of the most iconic protest images of the 20th century.
Nominated for an Academy Award®, this devastating short film tells the story of the country’s oldest interracial newlyweds. Edith and Eddie are deeply in love, but that’s not where the story ends.
5 Parts | 12 min This series features distinct perspectives on, pathways to, and experiences of homelessness. The 2015 interviews were conducted while each subject was having a portrait painted or drawn, as part of a project called Face New York. https://www.bowery.org/donate/
The Loving Generation
4 Parts | 37 min The 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws forbidding interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of how a generation of Americans born to one black and one white parent experience race and identity in a divided United States.
In the late ‘60s, California university campuses were teeming with new ideas. This group of UCLA students put them in a magazine called Gidra.