Cinema, Collective Memory and the Civil Rights Era NPR's Roy Hurst talks with Todd Boyd, professor at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, about the influence and importance of films such as Mississippi Burning have on civil rights history and our collective memory.

Cinema, Collective Memory and the Civil Rights Era

Cinema, Collective Memory and the Civil Rights Era

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NPR's Roy Hurst talks with Todd Boyd, professor at the University of Southern California's School of Cinema and Television, about the influence and importance of films such as Mississippi Burning have on civil rights history and our collective memory.

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