Church Street, We Are Still Here

Church Street was a thriving center for African-American commerce in Anderson, South Carolina from (circa) 1907 until 1980, when most of the buildings were torn down to make way for a parking lot. The citizens on Church Street were educated, professional business owners who served as role models. At its mid-century zenith, there were shoppers here by day and revelers by night. Artists and musicians lined the street engulfed by the thick aroma of barbecue, fried fish and festive libations.

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5 minutes
Biography, Documentary, History, Animation
David Donar
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Comments about biography «Church Street, We Are Still Here» (15)

Nicole G. avatar
Nicole G.

Don't hesitate. You'll like it.

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Very good. Recommend.

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Janice Miller

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Jane avatar

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Beverly P.

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Ethan B. avatar
Ethan B.

The plot, the pacing, the character developments, the raw emotionally charged performances will keep you glued to your screen.

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Jacqueline Hughes

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Carol W. avatar
Carol W.

One of the most unique and daringly good films in years!

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Debra Nichols

Excellent film! I feel David Donar can't make a bad movie.

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Larry H.

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