The Road to Justice follows two groups on a civil rights tour through the American South as they reckon with our painful history of racial injustice. The first, a group of predominantly Black middle school students from Chicago, and the second, a group of older Americans who lived through the 1960’s Civil Rights era. The film is a testament to the power of place and direct experience in creating transformational change.
It is also a call to action.
Witness the stories of unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement. Host a virtual screening and discussion of this transformational film.Host a Screening