Skokie: Rights or Wrong?

A film about freedom of speech
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Film Length(s)
28 mins


The Constitution guarantees freedom of speech, but should that right be granted to extremists who deny freedom to others? Skokie documents the legal and moral crisis posed when the American Nazi Party chose to demonstrate in Skokie, Illinois, home to many concentration camp survivors. Featured are scenes of the angry demonstration, interviews with Nazi leaders, their ACLU attorneys, Holocaust survivors, and Jesse Jackson.

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