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.

Guests:

Ernie Chambers and Bill Jersey

Contributors:

Leo Duran

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