A historical look at cross-racial and cross-cultural relationships in American history that impacted America's development. The film presents a series of short stories from the arrival of the first slaves on America's shores to relationships that impacted advances in social justice.
Two Stories - The Preacher and The Rabbi explores the relationship and moral/spiritual partnership of two men that inspired their own cultural and racial communities and others to advocacy for access, equity, and social justice in America; Angelina and Two Sarahs presents the Grimke sisters, Angelina and Sarah who were perhaps the most impactful women the Abolitionist Movement and their collaborating with Black Abolitionist Sarah Forten.
The General and The Quaker: Harriet Tubman and Thomas Garrett centers on the profound and loving friendship between Harriett Tubman, the General of The Underground Railroad, and her little known and closest collaborator, a Quaker merchant named Thomas Garrett.
Two Stories - The Low Country Teacher and The Liberal Hillbilly: Septima Clark and Myles Horton - An African American South Carolina school teacher, Septima Clark, teams with Myles Horton, a radical white organizer from the hills of Tennessee to develop the Citizenship Schools model which powered the Civil Rights Movement; My Sister's Keeper shares the story of Viola Liuzzo, the first white woman martyr of the Civil Rights Movement and the loving cross racial friendship with Sara Evans who introduced her to the work on the NAACP in Detroit and help raise Viola's children after she was murdered.
Two Stories - Godmothers of Race Amity: Mary Mcleod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt This friendship is a textbook example of the power of race amity.
Two Stories - Amity and Brotherhood for Education: Booker T.
WENH-TV Ch. 11 Durham
WLED-TV Ch. 48 Littleton
WEKW-TV Ch. 18 Keene
W50DP-D Ch. 50 Hanover
W34DQ-D Ch. 34 Pittsburg