This 1997 PBS Documentary looks at the issues that have brought Blacks and Jews
together into what both have believed to be a common cause along the way, and the
ways in which they have worked together on the political front.
It also considers divisive issues between the two respective camps such
as comments shown being made by Black Leader Farrakhan of an anti-semitic
nature certainly and an interview of Al Sharpeton refusing to renounce him
for it (it seems).
Also shown is an interview with noted Jewish Director - the late Mr. Arthur Hiller
who was born in my former hometown of Edmonton Canada and in which he comes
across clearly as a warmly humanly intelligent person who shows responsiveness to
concerns that he is altogether quite willing to deal with - showing flexibility
and care in his manner. All these qualities have no doubt been at the root of
his success along with his clear intelligence I believe on matters he deals with
regularly - better than the George Bush mindset I believe in any event
Michael Rizzo Chessman
I initially viewed this documentary on-line at kanopy.com - a free service to
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