The Morning Interview

Brenda Campen: The fight for civil rights in Alaska

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Brenda Campen wrote the viewers’ guide, just released, for the 2009 film “For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaska.” The film tells the story of the effort to end legal discrimination against Alaska Natives, which culminated in the Alaska Anti-Discrimination Act — and preceded¬†more widely-known national civil rights legislation.

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