Grace Lee Boggs is a 97-year-old Chinese-American activist and philosopher in Detroit who has dedicated her life to creating the next American Revolution. What Grace means by revolution and her journey through a century's worth of social movements -- from labor to civil rights, Black Power to environmental justice -- tells an unexpected story of how one woman changed herself to change the world around her. In the wake of the Arab Spring, and Occupy Wall Street, Graces 70 years of experience as a movement activist provide both a long view and inspiration for a new generation of 21st century citizens to be the change they wish to see in the world.
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|Freep Film Festival||Mar 22, 2014||Detroit||MI||United States||Detroit Film Theater||Complete|
|CAAMFest||Mar 16, 2014||San Francisco||CA||United States||Castro Theatre||Complete|
|Seattle Asian American Film Festival||Feb 08, 2014||Seattle||WA||United States||Ark Lodge Cinemas Screen 1||Complete|
|Athena Film Festival||Feb 07, 2014||New York||NY||United States||Lehman Auditorium, 202 Altschul Hall||Complete|