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Reconciliation | Reconciliation

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Jul.25.2012
Resurrecting Love: The Cemetery That Can Heal a Nation documents the powerful racial conflict over the right to visit cemeteries and to know your ancestors.  This work in progress follows two women, one black, one white, as they rally the community to fight a large timber corporation and in...
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Feb.13.2012
  "Resurrecting Love: The Cemetery That Can Heal a Nation" is a documentary film in progress that documents the powerful racial conflict over the right to visit cemeteries and to know your ancestors. This work in progress follows two women, one black, one white, as they rally the community to...
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Dec.31.2011
The Keepers of Love project has had an extraordinary year! Now we find ourselves at a significant moment in the making of the documentary, “Resurrecting Love: The Cemetery That Can Heal a Nation”. Our next step is to raise the needed funds to complete a ‘fine cut’ of the film and submit it to the...
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Jun.21.2011
Joined by over a hundered people as Mrs. Doris Vittatoe and Mrs. Nuthel Britton and their families cut the ribbon, unlocked the gate, and led us back into their 175 year old, rural East Texas burial ground. The lockout had lasted four years, almost to the day. Descendents of Della Lovetravelled...
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Dec.06.2010
Interview with Peter Crooks of Diablo Magazine.
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Nov.06.2010
Sponsored by the World Studies Program at Marlboro College in Vermont. Elizabeth Rosner discusses her novel BLUE NUDE and its themes of reconciliation as developed through the creative process.
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Mar.08.2010
preview of the novel by poet Cheryl Snell.
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Jul.30.2008
Author China Galland reads from her groundbreaking new book, "Love Cemetery, Unburying the Secret History of Slaves" just released in paperback (HarperOne)at the Depot Bookstore in Mill Valley California. She's joined by singer Linda Tillery and accompanist Ann Jefferson.