Angela Davis: Portrait of a Revolutionary

Rated NR 80 minutes

The late '60s and early '70s produced a large crop of social critics and self-labelled revolutionaries. Outspoken black militant feminist and communist Angela Davis was one of these. Davis, also a professor of philosophy at U.C.L.A., is the subject of this documentary film made by one of her U.C.L.A. students. It features her in the classroom, at a rap session, studying quietly, and giving her rumbustious speeches at antiwar and other demonstrations. Given the fact that this is clearly a pro-Davis film, it demonstrates an unusual degree of objectivity.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

Film Credits

Director: Yolande DuLuart

Writer: Yolande DuLuart

Cast: Angela Davis

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