|Other author/creator||Guggenheim, Charles, screenwriter, director.|
|Other author/creator||Bond, Julian, 1940-2015 narrator.|
|Other author/creator||Teaching Tolerance (Project)|
|Other author/creator||Southern Poverty Law Center.|
|Other author/creator||Guggenheim Productions, inc.|
||Depicts African-Americans' struggle for civil rights in the South, recalling the crises in Montgomery, Little Rock, Birmingham, and Selma and reveals the heroism of the individuals involved. A Time for Justice was directed by the late Charles Guggenheim, a four time Oscar winner. In the film, the voices of activists trace major events of the civil rights movement, from the death of Emmett Till in 1955 to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Grace Guggenheim, the director's daughter, oversaw the restoration of the film, which won the 1994 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. It was the first Teaching Tolerance film to win an Oscar. - from publisher.
|General note||DVD label: Time for justice, America's civil rights movement, film.|
|General note||CD-ROM label: Time for justice, America's civil rights movement, teacher's guide.|
|General note||Issued in one folder.|
|General note||Originally produced as a documentary film in 1992.|
|General note||Teacher's guide (PDF) accompanying CD-ROM: Introduction -- Glossary -- Resources -- Standards -- Lesson 1: A time for justice -- Lesson 2: Nonviolence -- Lesson 3: Facing resistance -- Lesson 4: Victories -- Lesson 5: The work that remains -- Acknowledgments.|
|Credits||Photographers, Matt Herron, et al.; editor, Cathy Shields; music, Michael Bacon.|
||Narrator: Julian Bond.
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||MPAA rating: not rated.
|Technical details||DVD ; Dolby digital 5.1, full screen presentation ; 2K digital restoration.|
|Technical details||CD-ROM, Teacher's guide (34 p.) available as a PDF - Adobe Acrobat Reader needed for viewing.|
|Awards note||Academy Award, Best Documentary Short Subject, 1995|
|Genre/form||Video recordings for the hearing impaired.|