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  • Remembering Port Chicago

    Directed by Alexander Zane Irwin

    In California's Bay Area, a painful memory lingers of the Port Chicago disaster of WWII, when hundreds of the Navy's first Black Sailors perished, and the White officers in charge were protected by the chain of command.

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