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Rev. S.S. Jones Home Movies  A silent documentary film of daily life in some 30+ all-black towns that existed in Oklahoma in the mid-1920s.  Rev. Solomon Sir Jones (1924 - 1926), 16 minutes

Symbol of the Unconquered - A Story of the Ku Klux Klan  Racists learn that the land a black man owns lies over a vast oil field, and threaten his life when he refuses to sell.  Directed by Oscar Micheaux (1920), 59 mins.

*Pre-screening at 2pm in the Madorsky Theater

Earlier Event: February 22
Later Event: March 9
The Scar of Shame