Based upon the acclaimed book he co-authored, Separate, But Equal: The Mississippi Photographs of Henry Clay Anderson, filmmaker Shawn D. Wilson’s documentary explores the all black, separate-but-equal town of Greenville, MS in the 1950s-60s, and asks a most provocative question about desegregation: “Did we lose more than we gained?”
First Year Experience
Acclaimed journalist, photographer and author of The Boy Who Played With Fusion, Tom Clynes, longtime Contributing Editor at National Geographic Adventure brings audiences along on assignment to the ends of the Earth, telling the stories of individuals who managed to shape once-ordinary lives into extraordinary, world-changing adventures, and how each of us can do the same.
Author of the acclaimed Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash, Royte addresses the staggering impact of waste and consumption on the environment and the economy. In Bottlemania, she looks beyond the ecological ramifications of the bottled water phenomenon, to the tenuous state of our public water supplies.