The Legend: The Bessie Coleman Story
The story of a young woman unhindered by race, gender, and the beliefs of those around herDirected by Gardner Doolittle Produced by Gardner Doolittle African American / Documentary / History - United States / Nonfiction`strong> English Age group 7 and up 1h 48m Sell Sheet Also available on
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|1 Video DVD||October 9, 2018||$24.99||$24.99||818506024242||Add to Cart|
|1 Video DVD w/Public Performance rights||October 9, 2018||$199.99||$199.99||818506024242P||Add to Cart|
In 1921, a young woman arose from the poverty of the Texas cotton fields. She captured the hearts of the American Black population, teaching them to overcome not only the racial barriers of the time but also the barriers within themselves. She dared to dream, and she challenged them to do so as well. Her name was Bessie Coleman. And, for Bessie Coleman, the sky was the limit... The Legend: The Bessie Coleman Story presents the story of a renowned young woman of vision and courage who, despite the persistent threats of racism, simply refused to compromise herself, her principles, and her race!
Official Selection - Great Lakes Film Festival, 2018 - Awards