How a story of rape, race and justice became revolutionary
Documentary director Nancy Buirski says she had a responsibility to direct her latest "The Rape of Recy Taylor," a disturbing look at the brutal rape of a young black woman by six white boys in Alabama in 1944. Taylor's case became a cause celebre fo...
Taylor's case became a cause celebre for the incipient Civil Rights era-Rosa Parks was an unknown investigator for the NAACP when she tried to bring Taylor justice-but Buirski's film reveals that the even the movement failed her.
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