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PBS NewsHour Extra - Classroom Resource: Regina King’s directorial debut examines meeting of civil rights voices

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PBS NewsHour Extra - Classroom Resource: Regina King’s directorial debut examines meeting of civil rights voices

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In her directorial debut, renowned actor Regina King’s new film One Night in Miami explores a 1960s gathering of four famous friends—Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke—who debated their work and responsibilities as Black men. The film depicts vulnerable conversations in which the group reflects on struggles as Black men in in the spotlight during the Civil Rights era in America.

Source: PBS NewsHour Extra

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