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What to Stream: “The Liberation of L. B. Jones,” a 1970 Film About the Agonies of Racial Injustice

22 May 2020

Richard Brody on the 1970 film “The Liberation of L. B. Jones,” which shines a light on racial injustice in a fictional town in Tennessee in the early years after Jim Crow ended.

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