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Download the discussion guide for the documentary Revolution '67 and use it for facilitating conversation about this film at home, in the classroom or at community screenings.

Revolution '67: Discussion Guide

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Revolution ‘67 is especially powerful as an outreach tool because it features voices from across the spectrum. Activists, scholars, journalists, politicians, National Guardsmen, law-enforcement officers and citizens share their diverse perspectives about how and why a relatively minor skirmish erupted into violent chaos. As they try to make sense of their experiences, these witnesses recall hard-learned lessons about race relations and the struggle for social justice. Viewers will find that many of these lessons still resonate today

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Revolution '67

Premiere Date: July 10, 2007

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Filmmaker: Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Critical Acclaim | Fact Sheet | Press Release

Filmmaker

Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno
Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno

Forty years later, after numerous Newark officials have been indicted and/or imprisoned, and the vital signs of the city are still poor, we recognize that Newark has not learned from its past. The greatest lesson of the 1960s is that the people must empower themselves in order for that change to occur.”

— Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno, Filmmaker

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Critical Acclaim

As the film unfolds, a picture is sketched of factors that practically made the riots inevitable.”

— Claudia Perry
The Star-Ledger

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