A rare look at the living conditions, both good and bad, in the rural segregated South by legendary documentarian George Stoney.
A rare look at the living conditions, both good and bad, in the rural segregated South, legendary documentarian George Stoney wrote, produced and directed this film in collaboration with midwife Mary Francis Hill Coley, whose patient, professional care and concern imbues every scene.
A portrait of everyday aspects of mental health in an African American community in Gainesville, Georgia.
by David Callahan and Elena
Screening will be introduced by New York Public Library principal librarian David Callahan and archivist Elena Rossi-Snook.