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Madeline Anderson: To the Front Lines

Madeline Anderson: To the Front Lines

I AM SOMEBODY

Madeline Anderson United States, 1969

A perfect document of the intersections between race, class, and gender, I Am Somebody is Madeline’s Anderson’s exemplary film. Featuring Coretta Scott King amongst Black female hospital workers in their labor struggle, Anderson’s kinship with her subjects is felt in every frame.

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INTEGRATION REPORT 1

Madeline Anderson United States, 1960

Incorporating footage by documentary legends Albert Maysles and Ricky Leacock, protest songs by Maya Angelou, and a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., Integration Report 1 examines the struggle for black equality in Alabama, Brooklyn and Washington, D.C.

TRIBUTE TO MALCOLM X

Madeline Anderson United States, 1967

Commissioned by William Greaves’ television program Black Journal, this film from pioneering director Madeline Anderson is a eulogy to Malcolm X. Featuring a rare interview with his widow, Betty Shabazz, the film combines archival footage and images of his funeral to form an essential portrait.