Today’s DVD donation? A Harriet Tubman documentary comes to Georgetown, SC

Roger DVDSeed spreads a little more cinema to libraries far and wide today, with a MovieNation donation — thanks to IndiePix — of this recent Harriet Tubman documentary.

The beneficiary? The downtown library in historic Georgetown, SC, on the Low Country coast. A city littered with churches, land once covered with plantations where enslaved African Americans grew rice and kept the one percent of their day living the Life of Nero, now has a little Critical Race history thanks to a film about one of the icons of the Abolition movement.

And just in time for Black History Month!

You’re welcome! And remember, Georgetownies, it’s for inclusion in your collection, not “resale.”

Remember, donate your DVDs to your local public library.

About Roger Moore

Movie Critic, formerly with McClatchy-Tribune News Service, Orlando Sentinel, published in Spin Magazine, The World and now published here, Orlando Magazine, Autoweek Magazine
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