A Time for Justice

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A Time for Justice
Produced byCharles Guggenheim
Dan Sturman
Release date
  • 1994 (1994)
CountryUnited States

A Time for Justice is a 1994 American short documentary film produced by Charles Guggenheim. In 1995, it won an Oscar for Documentary Short Subject at the 67th Academy Awards.[1] The film was produced by Guggenheim and the Southern Poverty Law Center.[2]

The 38-minute film, narrated by Julian Bond and featuring John Lewis, presents a short history of the Civil Rights Movement using historical footage and spoken accounts of participants. Events recounted are the Montgomery Bus Boycott; school integration in Little Rock, Arkansas; demonstrations in Birmingham; and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights.

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  1. ^ "The 67th Academy Awards (1995) Nominees and Winners". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. AMPAS. Retrieved November 20, 2011.
  2. ^ Schone, Mark (October 1995). "Alabama Bound". Spin. p. 84. Retrieved January 13, 2011.

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