Filmmaker Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno and experts talk about Newark's continued struggle in this film update.
Historians explain how the bad living conditions for Newark's African-American population led to an urban rebellion in 1967.
Tibaldo-Bongiorno talks about how she used the six days of rioting as a starting point for exploring the earlier neglect that had caused the tensions and frustrations of the people of Newark, New Jersey.
Newark, New Jersey erupts in a riot in July of 1967.
An illuminating account of the black urban rebellions of the 1960s, Revolution '67 focuses on the six-day outbreak in Newark, New Jersey.