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Still a Brother: Inside the Negro Middle Class

Directed by William Greaves
United States, 1968
Documentary

Synopsis

Originally made in collaboration with William Branch and National Educational Television (NET), Still A Brother presents a variety of perspectives on status and the concerns of the emerging African-American middle class at a time of intense racial, social, cultural, and political turmoil.

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Still a Brother: Inside the Negro Middle Class Directed by William Greaves

Critics reviews

Squarely narrated by Ossie Davis, Brother’s tone can be mistaken for clinical at first blush, even dispassionate; it’s only once Greaves begins his sit-down interviews (with a handful of successful black men in some of America’s major cities) that his journalistic finesse comes to the fore.
December 08, 2014
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