The united states struggle with discrimination in nothing but a man a film by michael roemer

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Additional Information Abstract The independently made film Nothing But a Man is one of a handful of films whose production coincided with new civil rights insurgency and benefited from activists' input. Nothing But a Man Drama.

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Challenges arise when the Mill Foreman finds out that Duff is attempting to unionize the workers, forcing Duff to quit, and look for work elsewhere.In Michael Roemer's "Nothing But a Man" Duff (Ivan Dixon) and Josie (jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln in her acting debut) play a Black couple confronting discrimination in Dixie.

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The independently made film Nothing But a Man is one of a handful of films whose production coincided with new civil rights insurgency and benefited from activists' input. Co. In the United States, indigenous groups lost property, political rights, aspects of their culture, and often their lives.

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Nothing But a Man is a American independent drama film starring Ivan Dixon and Abbey Lincoln, and directed by Michael Roemer, who also co-wrote the film with Robert M. Young. The film tells the story of Duff Anderson, an African-American railroad worker in the early s who tries to maintain his respect in a racist small town near.

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Michael Roemer, Ivan Dixon, Abbey Lincoln, Robert M Young, Robert Rubin, Julius W Harris, and Gloria Foster Duff, a railroad section hand is forced to confront prejudice and self-denial when he falls in .

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