Streaming Spotlight: Madeline Anderson

Three documentaries by boundary-breaking filmmaker Madeline Anderson—Integration Report 1, A Tribute to Malcolm XI Am Somebody—deliver on-the-ground reports from the front lines of the civil rights movement and the labor struggles of the sixties.

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  • I Am Somebody

  • Integration Report 1

  • A Tribute to Malcolm X

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  • A Tribute to Malcolm X

    Madeline Anderson
    United States, 1969

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    Made for the groundbreaking TV series Black Journal, this short film commemorates the fourth anniversary of Malcolm X’s assassination through archival footage of the civil rights leader and an interview with his widow, Betty Shabazz.

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  • I Am Somebody

    Madeline Anderson
    United States, 1970

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    Anderson’s most celebrated film documents the 1969 strike of Black hospital workers in Charleston, South Carolina, a high-water mark in the alignment between labor struggles and the civil rights movement.

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  • Integration Report 1

    Madeline Anderson
    United States, 1960

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    A cinematic snapshot of the civil rights movement across the United States circa 1960, this short film documents speeches and interviews with movement leaders as well as protests around the country.

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