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Watch “American Neighbor Films: Race in America”

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In the summer of 2020, weeks after George Floyd’s murder, The Nantucket Project assembled a diverse team of Americans who traveled the length of the Mississippi River by car stopping in small towns and big cities to host public conversations about race in America. From Minneapolis to New Orleans, locals from all walks of life came out to join the conversation—young and old, from diverse racial, political, religious and socio-economic backgrounds. The sessions weren’t scripted or staged; participants shared their unvarnished stories of challenge, pain, division and opportunity set against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic and a re-ignited racial reckoning in America. Join the journey by watching the five American Neighbor documentary films.

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