film by Mimi Pickering and Anne Lewis of Appalshop brings Braden's work and voice to life. Braden's own words are mixed with powerful images from the civil rights era and beyond, and those whose lives entwined with hers talk about her influence on them and their struggles for justice.
In this fund drive special, hosted by Margo Okazawa-Rey and Kate Raphael, we listen to excerpts from the film. We also speak with Molly McClure of the Catalyst Project and its Anne Braden Political Education Program, about how Braden's work has inspired a new generation of white anti-racist activists.
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