Foot Soldiers: Class of 1964

 

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Foot Soldiers: Class of 1964 is an independent documentary about women in the Class of 1964 at Spelman College, who participated in the largest coordinated, series of civil rights protests in Atlanta’s history as college freshmen.

As young women – sixteen, seventeen, and eighteen years old – these willing souls were some of the foot soldiers of the Atlanta University Center who carried the Atlanta Student Movement through relentless picketing, sit-ins, kneel-ins, and other non-violent demonstrations. 

Credit: Produced by Georgianne Thomas and Alvelyn Sanders. Independently distributed, 2012. 57 min.


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