Four Little Girls

Four Little Girls
Four Little Girls

Year

1997

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English

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On September 15, 1963, in Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb exploded inside a church that had an all-black congregation. Four girls were killed. This outstanding documentary - made 34 years after the attack by director Spike Lee - lets the families of the girls talk about the pain that they are still suffering, and investigates the shocking racial politics of the time, when African-Americans in the Southern states couldn't use the same restaurants or even drinking fountains as whites.

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This film contains still photos of atrocities.

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