Written and directed by George Bailey
September 3 through September 26, 2021

During the fall of 1967, Clara, a
white widow stubbornly refuses
her daughter’s insistence to move
from her home due to increasing
racial tensions throughout the
country and because her new
neighbors are African American.
Although both Clara and Janelle
Johnson’s family are
apprehensive about each other at
first, they develop a friendly
relationship. When, in the spring
of 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr. is assassinated, tensions
explode throughout the city and
both families are caught in the
middle of a race riot. Through
their shared experiences, they
come to appreciate and value
their community and each other
by confronting their fears and

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