Jheanelle Brown

co-curator of “Time Is Running Out of Time: Experimental Film and Video from the L.A. Rebellion and Today”

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The Watts Uprising of 1965 left 34 people dead. Most of the news coverage at the time was by white people who didn't understand the neighborhood.

A look at black films that came out of the 1965 Watts Uprising

The Watts Uprising of 1965 left 34 people dead. Most of the news coverage at the time was by white people who didn't understand the neighborhood.

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