A Place of Our Own | Chicago Reader

A Place of Our Own

Stanley Nelson explores his family's struggles with race and class as he investigates the history of Oak Bluffs, a vacation spot for blacks on Martha's Vineyard. Both aspects of the story in this video documentary are intriguing and thoughtfully presented; I only wish Nelson had taken time to expand them. 54 min.

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