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AUNT ESTER’S CHILDREN REDEEMED Author Riley Temple discusses the work of celebrated playwright August Wilson, author of the ten-play chronicle The Pittsburgh Cycle, which dramatizes the African-American experience through the twentieth century in the aftermath of slavery. Temple addresses the role of Aunt Ester, who is linked to all ten plays through her children, and […]
This documentary tells the remarkable story of Alice Tregay, an unsung heroine of the Civil Rights movement who brought her community in Chicago together to stand up to injustice. From marches with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to the election of Barack Obama, Tregay spent five decades advocating for equal housing, school integration, political action, […]