Walk Right In| 58mins
Director: Larry Paros | Producer: Larry Paros
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: United States
“Walk Right In” tells the story of 150 students from poverty backgrounds who assembled on the Yale Divinity School campus in 1968, while American cities and campuses were rife with protest, racial rioting, and civil disorder. It chronicles their experiences before, during, and after that eventful summer, and where they are today. Not your ordinary student body, it was an eclectic and electric bunch, gathering to create a new and very different kind of school, including having an authentic conversation on race. They searched for that which eluded the nation: the shared values that ground people and bind them together.
Walk Right In | 58mins
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