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better angels Lavine fellows selected from Library of Congress/Ken burns prize – reAl Screen

Updated: May 2

“We live in a turbulent time,” filmmaker Ken Burns (pictured) said in a news release. “There’s never been a better moment to lift up and reflect diverse stories from history to provide a greater perspective on what we’re experiencing now.”

“A Long March (directed by Tamara Botkin), which follows three Filipino-American veterans from war to erasure by the U.S. government.”

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