Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
This is stills of the movement a documentary focused on someone named flip shall keep.
A man who had a passion for photography.
And ended up taking some of the most iconic pictures of doctor Martin Luther king and other key figures of the civil rights movement.
It was recently screened at New York city's Wiesenthal museum of tolerance in front of a crowd consisting of mostly college students.
And this story that is moving as a documentary subject.
Is joining that the film's director a college student talk to make this documentary a reality.
-- with Bloomberg a college student at the time of the film's production was determined to tell the story.
But -- shall be documented some of the key events of the civil rights move.
That we luckily had.
So leave me then gathered the footage and Max twenty years later we found out that you.
He actually passed away from time to actually -- -- I -- so we thought it was an even better times and really get this information out there for everyone.
The ideal is ambitious and with no budget with Bloomberg and co producer doctor -- killed day realized they needed what little funding they -- get.
In order to have key people be in the film.
People like them -- at -- the wife of activist Medgar Evers who was gunned down in his own front yard.
And I'm really Evers is an essential.
Role please essential -- -- -- down.
Seeing her in those photos and then being heard today talk about what it was like for her back and it really.
It's probably the most important part of town for me.
I'm so I knew that we used to gather funding and to get.
Her on an on camera.
The students who attended many of them communication majors were able to see that a college students hard work and dedication can pay off outside the classroom -- a big way.
As a radio and television agent.
That is something that I hope to gay answer one day just seeing that somebody who not only graduated from high school but it's at the very same class that -- -- right now to do something.
On this level it just inspires me.
And although this civil rights movement in America is in the past.
Patti wouldn't berg is quick to make an important point exceptionally important to understand and learn about it just order for tyrants hands just.
Because we're not 100 retirees it needs to keep that in part so it's important now.
JT fetch Fox News Channel university.
Filter by section