Previews + Extras
American Revolutionary - Trailer
S27 E2 - 2m 13s
Meet Grace Lee Boggs, a Chinese American philosopher in Detroit who has been waging a revolution for 75 years. Her story unfurls to portray an evolving city—and to examine the power of ideas and imagination to propel change.
American Revolutionary: Meet Grace Lee Boggs
S27 E2 - 6m 49s
Meet Grace Lee Boggs, waging a revolution for over 75 years.
American Revolutionary: Black Power
S27 E2 - 5m 50s
In the 1960s, Grace Lee Boggs split from the Marxist establishment and became active in the Black Power movement in Detroit.
American Revolutionary: Violence vs. Non-Violence
S27 E2 - 4m 17s
Grace Lee Boggs talks about white flight and the impact on Detroit race relations.
American Revolutionary: Violence vs. Non-Violence 2
S27 E2 - 1m 22s
Grace Lee Boggs explains how she struggled to understand the violence that was devastating her community, and her return to the evolving ideas of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.
American Revolutionary: Filmmaker Interview
S27 E2 - 21m 36s
Grace Lee on the making of American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs.
American Revolutionary: On Revolution at Berkeley
S27 E2 - 12m 30s
On Revolution: Excerpts of a conversation between Grace Lee Boggs and Angela Davis at University of California, Berkeley in 2012.
American Revolutionary: Conversations in Maine
S27 E2 - 2m 14s
Grace Lee Boggs discusses the on-going series of conversations she began with her husband James Boggs and fellow veteran activists Freddy and Lyman Paine, during the turmoil of the 1960s. Transcripts of these conversations were published into a book titled Conversations in Maine.
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