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Special Film Program

Special Film Program showing Revolution '67, 2007, 90 min, US, Not Rated.
A documentary film that explores urban unrest in 1967 Newark and throughout the US.
Open to all.

02/19/2008 | 01:30PM

Film Festivals and Movies

What were you doing in the Summer of Love? Take a look back at the other side of the ‘60s with Revolution ’67. Using archival footage and eyewitness interviews, this award-winning documentary focuses on six days of protests against poverty and police brutality that occurred in Newark, NJ in July 1967. Newark native Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno and her husband Jerome Bongiorno examine the causes and consequences of the uprising and the condition of Newark some 40 years later. They will be on hand to answer questions at the 1:30 pm show. Discussion will follow the show.

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Special Film Program