42 years after "A Time for Burning," is racism still burning?

Monday, October 20, 2008

In the 1966 film A Time for Burning, the burgeoning civil rights movement hit a dead end with the integration of a Lutheran Church in Omaha, Nebraska. The Takeaway talks with filmmaker Bill Jersey and subject Ernie Chambers about their experiences and what lessons the film holds for the 2008 election.


Ernie Chambers and Bill Jersey


Leo Duran

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