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Nominated for an NAACP Image Award!

Hailed as "a triumph of outrage and empathy," and described as a "powerful slice of roiling American history" by the Los Angeles Times, Dare Not Walk Alone tells "the greatest civil rights story never told." Set to a soundtrack that flows from gospel to hip-hop, the film places the heroic struggle for civil rights in the context of current conditions in a place where those struggles were fought, a place that epitomizes what Barack Obama has called "the gap between the promise of our ideals and the reality of their time."