U.S. Narrative

Director: Kendall Johnson

Length: 59 minutes

Starting at the end of the civil rights era with the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Am a VICTOR” tracks the 50-year journey taken by black Americans on the two different roads they have traveled since that iconic time. Depending on the road they selected (or unconsciously followed), that decision would impact the lives of their children’s children. A large percentage of the population took the path that led to an Afro-centric, secular and political activist journey and the smaller and often unheard population took the path that was taught by their parents and grandparents rooted in the Christian faith (Faith, Family and Education).
Post-screening discussion: Kendall Johnson, Kendall Qualls, and Maj Toure.

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