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In 1839, captured Africans led by the charismatic tribal leader Cinque stage a mutiny aboard the slave ship Amistad. After enduring brutal abuse at the hands of the ship's crew, the slaves break free, taking over the ship and sailing on to the "New World" of America. However, upon arrival, they are imprisoned and charged with murder - as well as with being runaway slaves, then considered almost as serious a crime. With the case finally going to the Supreme Court, will the Africans get the justice they deserve? The answer lies in this powerful and moving film from director Steven Spielberg.
This outstanding documentary investigates September 15, 1963 - the day a bomb exploded inside an American church that had an all-black congregation.
11+ years 102 mins
Available to stream
Stirring biopic which tells the story of 18th century politician William Wilberforce, a crucial figure in the abolition of slavery.
11–16 years 115 mins
Adaptation of Alice Walker's novel about the turbulent life of Celie, a black woman growing up in the American Deep South of the 1900s.
14+ years 147 mins
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