Albemarle's Black Classrooms

No longer available to stream


Date Added: 5th April 2017

Date Removed: 8th February 2020

Available for: 35 months



"Albemarle's Black Classrooms" is a documentary feature that tells the story of historically black schools located in Albemarle County, Virginia. This film discusses the buildings themselves, along with Virginia's "Massive Resistance" to school desegregation, and the educational experience for African-American's in Albemarle County over the past 100 years.


Certificate: Not Rated

Year: 2017

Duration: 1 hour, 44 minutes


Director: Lorenzo Dickerson

Cast: Bernice Mitchell, Monica Kristin Blair, Dr. Patrice Preston-Grimes, Brenda Jackson Arkward

Studio: Maupintown Media


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