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    Nobody knows : the untold story of black Mormons
    Gray, Darius.

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    Nobody knows : the untold story of black Mormons / Sponsored by Independent Features Projects ; Nobody Knows ; Executive producer, Richard Dutcher ; produced and directed by Darius A. Gray, Margaret Young.
    Publication info:
    [Place of publication not identified] : Nobody Knows, 2008.
    Physical description:
    1 videodisc (73 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
    Content type:
    two-dimensional moving image
    Chapters : Beginnings -- Jane Manning James -- Slavery -- Divisions -- The movement -- Genesis group -- Hints of change -- Revelation -- Challenges remain -- Truth & reconciliation -- Let us break bread together -- Credits.
    Special features : Apostle Spencer W. Kimball -- No respecter of persons -- Alan Cherry in 1968/2007 -- Paul Gill in 1968/2007 -- Black priesthood holders before 1847 -- Black pioneers -- Genesis loses its young men -- International dynamics pre 1978 -- Black Panther / Latter-Day Saint -- Internal church dynamics 1969 -- Important moments in the priesthood restriction -- Interracial marriage in Mormonism -- The seminal article in Dialogue : A journal of Mormon thought -- Significant dates in priesthood policy -- Different paths to the faith -- Welcome to Utah.
    Editors, James B. Hughes, K. Danor Gerald ; music written and performed by Josh Aker, James B. Hughes ; sound design, Dave McDougal ; camera operators, Jeff Winterroth, Dan Nestel ; interviews conducted and filmed by Richard Dutcher, Alex Nibley, Scott Freebairn.
    "There has been a continuous African American presence in the LDS Church from its earliest days. Until the 1850s, some Black converts were even ordained to the Mormon priesthood. This documentary discusses that little-known legacy. It also confronts the hard issues which surfaced during the 1960s, when the Civil Rights Movement drew attention to the Church's priesthood restriction. That restriction was lifted in 1978, which opened the door for an influx of new Black Mormon pioneers." - Container.
    Funding information:
    Funded by a grant from the University of Utah Documentary Studies Program.
    System details:
    Local note:
    Previous call number: DVDMM 521
    Corporate subject:
    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--History.
    Corporate subject:
    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Doctrines--History.
    Subject term:
    Race relations--Religious aspects--Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--History.
    Subject term:
    Civil rights movements--History--20th century.
    Subject term:
    African Americans--History.
    Subject term:
    African Americans--Religion.
    Genre or Form:
    Genre or Form:
    Documentary films.
    Genre or Form:
    Genre or Form:
    Nonfiction films.
    Added author:
    Gray, Darius.
    Added author:
    Young, Margaret Blair, 1955-
    Added author:
    Dutcher, Richard.
    Added author:
    Deo, Lowell.
    Added author:
    Aker, Josh.
    Added author:
    Hughes, James B.
    Added Author:
    Independent Feature Project.
    Added Author:
    Nobody Knows Productions.
    Added Author:
    University of Utah. Documentary Studies Program.
    Added Author:
    Mormon Media Collection (Harold B. Lee Library)
    Untold story of black Mormons

    • Holdings

        Copy Material Location
      PN 1995.98 .D6 N63 2008 1 Digital Video Disc HBLL Media Collection - 4432 HBLL
      HBLL Special Collections
        Copy Material Location
      DVDMM 521 1 Non-circulating Media Archives - 1130 HBLL
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