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The Least Among You

Springing out of the 1965 Watts riots in California, this movie realistically presents the period’s racial prejudice and strife.

When Richard Kelly joins a seminary to escape jail time, he is surprised to find he’s the only black student in an all-white school. What begins as a temporary situation and a solution to a problem, Richard’s stay at the seminary unfolds as a journey of his discovery of himself and the potential for good in the most unexpected people and places.

The Least Among You is ideal, not just for a family night over popcorn, but as a discussion tool for church groups. The versatility of this movie will certainly ensure a long shelf life in your home or church.

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